"You see it is irrelvant what Webster or I think, we both stand on God's word and what it says about itself."<quoted text>
So to all you seekers who have not left your brain at the door like Ant has
The following are some of the words which tell us how God would have us regard his Word:
pureperfectsuretrutheterna lforever settled in heavenit sanctifiesit causes spiritual growthit is God-breathedit is authoritativeit gives wisdom unto salvationit makes the simple wiseit is living and activeit is a guideit is a firea hammera seedthe sword of the Spiritit gives the knowledge of Godit is a lamp to our feeta light to our paththat which produces reverence for Godit healsmakes freeilluminatesproduces faith regeneratesconverts the soulbrings conviction of sinrestrains from sinis spiritual foodis infallible inerrantirrevocableit searches the heart and mindproduces lifedefeats Satanproves truthrefutes erroris holyequips for every good workis the Word of the living God (Psa. 119:9-11, 38, 105, 130, 133, 160; Psa. 19:7-11; Psa. 111:7-8; Isa. 40:8; Eph. 5:26; 2 Tim. 3:15-17; Jer. 5:14, 23:29; Matt. 13:18-23; Eph. 6:17; Psa. 107:20; Titus 2:5; 1 Pet. 1:23, 2:2; Acts 20:32; John 8:32, 10:35, 17:17).
It is impossible to find a more convincing argument for the sufficiency of Scripture than these descriptions. And no such language is ever used about tradition in the Scriptures. Nowhere does it receive such commendation. We are told in explicit terms that Scripture is inspired, but never is that said of tradition. On the contrary, when the New Testament speaks of tradition it does so in words of warning (Matt. 15:2-6; Mark 7:3-13; Col. 2:8; 1 Pet. 1:18; Gal. 1:14). When we look at the overall teaching of Scripture about itself and tradition, it is surely clear that it teaches that Scripture is sufficient.
So the best Anthony can do with all this is say his link destroys it, not what Webster says no he thinks it destorys WHAT God says about his word which he never says about tradition in fact he refers to it with codemantion.
You see it is irrelvant what Webster or I think, we both stand on God's word and what it says about itself.
We are only posting God's thoughts on his Scripture and what God thinks about Tradition and well Its Contray to what the RCC asserts.
Its that simple Anthony knows that but like a pharisee who knew he was wrong when Saying Jesus healed with demonic spirit his pride won't let him admit he is wrong, placed his faith in a man made institution so he attacks the messenger and demonizes them just like a good like disciple of the Pharisaical sect.
Truth Matters its in the Bible not RCC man made tradition
Then why post page after page of his spam?
And I suppose this goes back to my original issue with you. There is no authority within protestantism because of sola scriptura. Many protestant sola scriptura sects, in fact the majority of protestantism, disagress with what you and Webster say about God's word regarding baptism. How can that be?