A fantastic article challenging the idea of Sola Scriptura (by scripture alone) has been a staple in protestant thinking since the reformation. However, in light of a shifting worldview, many have begun to rethink this doctrine along with many other "traditional dogmas".
He makes a case against the validity of this doctrinal stance and how it's been used and defended/explained. A great article to think on, whether you agree or not, I think it is always good to challenge the traditional doctrines in order not to be focused as much on worshiping theology over worshiping God.
Thanks to Relvant Christian for posting the original heads up on the article.
let me know your thoughts.