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There is no Biblical basis for either. According to tradition, Peter requested upside-down crucifixion because he didn't feel worthy of the same execution as Jesus, but this is not in the Bible. The upside-down cross as demonic is also not in the Bible, although the symbolism is clear.
I was flipping through Christianity For Dummies the other day, and I noticed that the author of the book liked to use the term "biblical Christianity," which then made me suspicious about his usage of the term. He claimed that he would write from a neutral perspective and admitted that he came from an "evangelical Protestant" background, but after reading a ...
The term sola scriptura is a reference to the ultimate authoritative reference used. It does not say anything about the validity or invalidity of any particular statement or the general use of language. The very people who during the Protestant Reformation (re)started insisting on the use of Scripture as the ultimate authority in all matters of doctrine also ...
Biblical Christianity vs. un-Biblical Christianity In regards to protestantism, Biblical Christianity could probably be defined or characterized by how one would describe un-Biblical Christianity. What is unbiblical Christianity? It is Christianity (or the claim thereof) that lives or teaches something in contradiction to Scripture. Naturally, to conclude ...
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