Author and former Muslim Nabeel Qureshi, at Christ Community Chapel in March 2015, was asked the question “What If They Don’t Believe the Bible?” when witnessing to others. Nabeel responded by saying that we should not start with the Bible. Was Nabeel right? Is his teaching here dangerous? How should we respond as Christians to such a question and what should we declare during such a witnessing situation?
Recently Kenneth Henley, a Catholic apologist who appears on EWTN, has been writing a series of articles for Catholic Answers attacking Sola Scriptura. Kenneth Henley is a former Baptist minister who converted to Roman Catholicism in the 1990s. Are his articles accurate? What does the Bible teach on the authority of the scriptures? What does Roman Catholicism teach on this issue?
We are joined on today’s show by Stephen Holland of the Protestant Truth Society. Stephen has been protesting against the ordination of female bishops in the Church of England for a number of years now. How can we protest against apostasy in a godly manner? What is the spiritual health of the Church of England today?
Paul discusses the support given for the so-called “prophecies” of Malachy, the book of Enoch, 2012 theories, and other spurious works, among many professing Christians. He also looks at the Biblical reasons for, and the appropriate responses that any believer should give to, anything that diminishes from God’s Glory.
Paul discusses the latest news permeating from Rome, declaring that Benedict XVI is resigning (the first Roman pontiff in 600 years to do so), as the media from all over the world flock to the woman on seven hills. Why should believers in Sola Scriptura be concerned with the treatment of the so-called prophecy of Roman Catholic “saint” Malachy, dealing with the last pope? What damage can be done, intentionally or unintentionally, to the faith once delivered unto the saints by giving it any credibility? Paul looks at these issues, and others, as many in modern Protestantism leave the door open to spurious prophecy of an unknown origin.