- PERSPICUITY OF SCRIPTURE
- the PROTESTANT CHRISTIAN claim that while the BIBLE may not be entirely clear, those things necessary for SALVATION are sufficiently plain that anyone reading SCRIPTURE can discover them without the assistance of PRIESTS or the CHURCH.
Concise dictionary of Religion. 2012.
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