An Historical Defense of the
Reformation Principle of Sola Scriptura
In this Volume, William Webster addresses the common historical arguments against
, demonstrating that the principle is, in fact, eminently historical, finding support in "the unanimous consent of the fathers." Webster also provides a detailed examination of the question of the canon from the time of Christ to the Reformation in which he answers the spurious arguments of Roman apologists that the Church of Rome infallibly established the canon in the fourth century.