Materials: Bible by Kwabena Donkor

Contemporary Responses to Sola Scriptura: Implications for Adventist Theology

 

Sola scriptura was the Protestant Reformers' battle cry. Today, both positively and negatively, Protestant theologians respond differently to the original formulation of Reformers' principle, depending on the view they take on the Bible. This article explores the reasons behind the different contemporary responses to the sola scripture principle, and the implications for theology today.

Author: 
Kwabena Donkor

Hermeneutics Today

Hermeneutics is the discipline in theology that deals with the science of interpretation. The discipline itself, however, has attracted different approaches throughout Christian history. This article provides a brief overview of the history of hermeneutics, and examines the basic principles and assumptions that have influenced the different approaches to the discipline.

Author: 
Kwabena Donkor

Is Scripture Historically Conditioned?

Historical-conditioning is a phrase that does not adequately express the manner in which Scripture came into being. A more accurate description will be to say that Scripture is historically constituted.

Author: 
Kwabena Donkor

Worship: The Center of the Three Angel's Messages — Part 1

The call to worship God is an important element of the first angel's message. The author of this article focuses on the theological relationships among creation, worship, and judgment.

Author: 
Kwabena Donkor