These essays began life as presentations made at a Conference with similar title as this book, Dei Verbum: The Bible in Church and Society which was organised by the Ethos Institute for Public Christianity on 28 September 2019.
Many Protestant Christians would knowledge the authority of Scripture, following the great Reformers of the sixteenth century.
However, sola scriptura (Scripture alone) has sometimes been bandied about by some Christians as a slogan that is somewhat devoid of theological depth. What did the Reformers mean by this great assertion that the Church's doctrine and life should be grounded in and shaped by Scripture alone? ...
What is the place and role of the Christian Scriptures in the public debate? Should Christians expect the words of Scripture to be heard and respected in the modern public square, where secularism and religious diversity uneasily and awkwardly occupy the same space, and where different and competing worldviews and ideologies jostle for attention?
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