People have been questioning God’s authority since the beginning and have replaced him with the authority of corruptible men.
For many denominations councils, creeds, and catechisms of the church are lifted up to a position of ultimate authority over the Bible. For the Roman Catholic religion the Magisterium is the final word on matters of truth.
Though creeds and catechisms can be useful for the preservation of truth, they cannot create truth. Learn how the church is given power to carry the truth, but is not the source of truth according to 1 Tim 3:15.
This is lesson 4 in our series on Problems With Authority