Since the 16th century Protestant Reformation, the issue of divine inspiration and authority of
the Bible has stood at the centre of Reformed faith. The question asked then, which is still with
us, is whether the Bible is sufficient and complete as a revelation from God? Conflicts that
arose during the Reformation still brew today, albeit with different players and contexts.
Furthermore, how does the faithfulness to Scripture by reformers, such as William Tyndale
and Martin Luther, and pre-Reformer, John Wycliffe, influence the church’s involvement and
influence in God’s mission today?