Not By Scripture Alone. A Catholic Critique of the Protestant Doctrine of Sola Scriptura.
Since the time of Martin Luther, Protestants have claimed that Scripture alone is the final, infallible rule of faith for man. In doing so, they have also claimed that Sacred Tradition and Church Authority, although helpful, are not infallible and therefore cannot serve as authorities on par with Scripture. Is this a correct understanding of Scripture, Tradition and the Church, and does either Scripture or Tradition teach that sola scriptura should be the sole guiding rule for decisions on faith and morals? A thorough investigation into this controversy reveals a resounding, NO. This book sets the historical and biblical record straight. Imprimatur. Paperback, 629 pages.