A positive approach to tradition

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I have been benefitting this week from reading Scott Clark's Recovering the Reformed Confession. The opening chapter is very thoughtful and thought-provoking, particularly in Scott's discussion of tradition. He quotes John Murray to the effect that 'there is a catholic, protestant and a reformed tradition'. None of us can approach Scripture without the effect and impact of our tradition, and the principle of sola scriptura is not compromised thereby. I think Scott's book is one of the most timely calls for critical appreciation and engagement with our tradition, and should be read by every Reformed pastor and theologian.

Posted December 12, 2008 @ 12:40 PM by Iain D Campbell
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