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Evangelicals and Tradition: The Formative Influences of the Early Church (Deep Church)


Williams addresses tradition and authority in the Early Church and discusses the relationship between tradition and the Protestant ‘traditions’ of sola scriptura and sola fide. Finally, he examines examples of how tradition was used in the early church, including confessions of faith, catecheses, The Rule of Faith, commentaries, theological hymnody and theological works.

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D. H. Williams is professor of patristics and historical theology (retired) at the Departments of Religion and Classics, Baylor University (2002-2022). He is currently Distinguished Senior Fellow at the Institute of Studies in Religion, Baylor University. Ph.D. 1991 University of Toronto; Th.M. 1985 Princeton Theological Seminary.; M.Div. Trinity Evangelical Div School. Williams specializes in early Christian literature and theology, the later Roman Empire, the history of doctrine and the fourth century Trinitarian controversies; Christianity in China.

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