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HISTORY of Christian Theology

Is a Latin term meaning “scripture alone,” and refers to the popular Protestant slogan during the Reformation that summarized the Protestant conviction that only what is explicitly or by clear implication taught in the Bible is binding on the conscience as necessary for salvation and not what the papacy, church councils, or ecclesiastical tradition in general may teach as obligatory doctrine. The Council of Trent formally condemned this teaching as heretical.

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