"The Five Solas identified the distinctive theological positions held by the reformers and continue to serve as distinguishing characteristics of Reformed Theology. Here is a brief description of each, as well as links to additional information.
The "five solas" of the Protestant Reformation helped characterize and define the movement in a way that is God-centered, simple, and easy-to-remember. The plaque reads, Sola Scriptura (Scripture Alone) Sola Gratia (Grace Alone) Sola Fide (.
It was 500 years ago (October31) that Martin Luther hung his Ninety-five Theses on the door of the Whittenburg church. We all need the saving righteousness of Jesus credited to us by faith. The “five solas” is a term used to designate five great foundational rallying cries of the Protestant reformers. They are as follows: “Sola Scriptura” (Scripture Alone); “Sola Gratia” (Grace Alone); “Sola Fide” (Faith Alone); “Solus Christus” (Christ Alone); and “Soli Deo Gloria” (To God Alone Be…
How important is sola fide? It is so important to the Gospel message and a biblical understanding of salvation that it is described as being “the article by which the church stands.” Those who reject sola fide reject the only Gospel that can save them.
"Salvation and Justification" - FREE printable (PDF). This journal studies the Catholic understanding of Salvation and Justification, as it contrasts with Sola fide ("Faith alone"). From the Coming Home Network (www.chnetwork.org)