Sunday, December 13, 2009

Scripture is Sufficient

The National Center for Family-Intergrated Churches (NCFIC) believes that the doctrine of the sufficiency of Scripture is the most important doctrinal battleground in the Church today with the purity of the Church, the supremacy of the gospel, the biblical family, and the survival of Christian civilization hanging in the balance. Known as “Sola Scriptura” during the reformation, this doctrine teaches that Scripture is fully adequate in both content and clarity for “everything pertaining to life (salvation) and godliness (sanctification)” including the ordering of nations, churches, and families (2 Pet. 1:3-4; 2 Tim. 3:16-17). The Church’s desertion of this doctrine in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries resulted in the defilement of nearly every aspect of America, the church, and the home through multiple waves of pragmatic, worldly ideas.

This past weekend there was a conference down in Cinncinati about the sufficiency of scripture. We would have liked to have gone, but it didn't work out for us.

However, the messages presented at the conference have been recorded and are available for sale here. If you'd like the CDs you can order the conference audio and let it be a help in your own church and family reformation.

There is also an opportunity to enter a giveaway for a set of these CD's. To enter, go here.

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