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as Authority in Religion
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Is tradition a proper
source or standard of authority in religion? Does the fact a church has
participated in a practice for years prove the practice is good or bad? What
does the Bible teach about tradition? Does it matter what the source of a
doctrine may be: human or Divine? Should we be traditional or non-traditional?
Should we defend a doctrine on the grounds that "we have always done it
that way"? Or should we seek what is new and progressive, so we oppose
traditional practices as "old-fashioned" and "out of date"?
Should we follow Scripture or man-made traditions?
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