On the Journey with Matt and Ken
Episode 12: Is Sola Scriptura Workable? Part II
One of the core beliefs of Martin Luther at the start of the Reformation was that each individual Christian should have a right of private judgment when it comes to Biblical interpretation. But what did Luther do when some of his followers used that principle to disagree with him, and start their own branches of Christianity?
Matt Swaim and Ken Hensley, who both spent the majority of their lives as Evangelical Protestants, share what they discovered when they explored the practical ways in which the doctrine of “sola Scriptura” unfolded in the earliest days of the Reformation.