Since the time of Martin Luther and
the Protestant Reformation, Protestant Christians have firmly believed
in the doctrine of sola scriptura (literally, "only scripture")–
the Bible as the sole guide to authentic faith in Christ, not the Church.
Modern day Bible studies, church youth groups, and Bible-based institutions
are witness to the central importance of the Bible in the Christian life.
Visit the web site of Fuller Theological
Seminary in Pasadena, established in 1947 by Charles Fuller who began
his career as a Christian radio broadcaster.
Check out an online Bible-based program for children here.
Today, evangelicals still hold firm belief
in the Bible as the unfaltering word of God. A study of American
evangelical college students and seminarians revealed a 90% consensus of
views on the Bible as “the inspired Word of God, not mistaken in its teachings.”
Furthermore, 40% of those surveyed agreed that the Bible is “to be taken
literally, word for word.”
Follow these links to learn more about "sola scriptura":
Click here to see statistics on views
on the Bible.
Visit the web site of a Christian who puts his faith in the Bible