The Two-Source View, which is not embraced by Basileia, regards the Church, creeds and tradition as additional sources of revelation to the revelation of the Word in creation, Scripture and by the Spirit. There are two versions of the Two-Source View. First, in the “Solo” Scriptura approach (not to be confused with the proper understanding and practice of Sola Scriptura) individuals attempt to determine what God’s revelation means by their own individualistic approach to or rejection of the Church, creeds and tradition. This gives rise to subculture. Second, in the Qualified Infallibility approach, collective institutional powers attempt to determine what God’s revelation means by their own collectivistic approach to or rejection of the Church, creeds and tradition. This gives rise to counterculture. The kingdomcultural alternative to the Two-Source View is the One-Source View which gives rise to kingdomculture.
Also see Apostolic Rule of Faith, Counterculture, Kingdomculture, One-Source View, Qualified Infallibility, Sola Scriptura, “Solo” Scriptura, Subculture, and Tradition.