> I agree with you that a Christ criterion in which the > teaching and actions of Jesus have an interpretive priority is one way. > But if it is only that we end up with a sort of sola scriptura within > scripture. Are you rejecting Christ's claim that all the law and all the prophets hang on the first and second commandments? Is not that 'a sort of sola scriptura within scripture'? And is not Micah's short list also 'a sort of sola scriptura within scripture'? Are you claiming that God requires more than that? Are you rejecting Paul's assertion that we are saved by faith alone, not by any works that we can do? Is not that 'a sort of sola scriptura within scripture? I reject revisionism that would give a lower priority to any of these . God has not placed the sins of some no farther than Manhattan is from the Bronx. We have much better news to tell, and God commands us to go to the uttermost parts of the world to proclaim it to absolutely everybody. L. Louie Crew, L1 Newark. Member of Executive Council 377 S. Harrison St., 12D, East Orange, NJ 07018. 973-395-1068 http://andromeda.rutgers.edu/~lcrew/rel..html Anglican Pages
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