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Sola Scriptura Notebooks

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Sola Fide, by faith alone, Sola Scriptura, by Scripture alone, Solus Christus, through Christ alone, Sola Gratia, by grace alone, Soli Deo Gloria, glory to God alone,

Tags: calvinism, evangelical, reformer, christian, luther

5 Solas of the Reformation Notebook

by AlondraHanley
$20 $16
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Display the gospel Jesus with the 5 Solas of the Reformation, the center of Reformed Theology, Great evangelism tool, to share your Christian beliefs. Sola scriptura- Scripture alone, Sola fide- faith alone, Sola gratia- grace alone, Solus Christus- Christ alone, Soli Deo gloria- to the glory of God alone

Tags: christianity, religious, bible, jesus-christ, faith

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Display the gospel Jesus with the 5 Solas of the Reformation, the center of Reformed Theology, Great evangelism tool, to share your Christian beliefs. Sola scriptura- Scripture alone, Sola fide- faith alone, Sola gratia- grace alone, Solus Christus- Christ alone, Soli Deo gloria- to the glory of God alone

Tags: presbyterian, evangelical, sola-scriptura-scripture-alone, sola-fide-faith-alone, sola-gratia-grace-alone

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Sola Fide, by faith alone, Sola Scriptura, by Scripture alone, Solus Christus, through Christ alone, Sola Gratia, by grace alone, Soli Deo Gloria, glory to God alone,

Tags: calvinism, evangelical, reformer, christian, luther

5 Solas Reformed Theology Notebook

by AlondraHanley
$20 $16
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The five solas are five Latin phrases popularized during the Protestant Reformation that emphasized the distinctions between the early Reformers and the Roman Catholic Church. The word sola is the Latin word for “only” and was used in relation to five key teachings that defined the biblical pleas of Protestants. They are: 1. Sola scriptura: “Scripture alone” 2. Sola fide: “faith alone” 3. Sola gratia: “grace alone” 4. Solus Christus: “Christ alone” 5. Soli Deo gloria: “to the glory of God alone”

Tags: christian, reformed-theology, glory-of-god-alone, christ-alone, grace-alone

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The five solas are five Latin phrases popularized during the Protestant Reformation that emphasized the distinctions between the early Reformers and the Roman Catholic Church. The word sola is the Latin word for “only” and was used in relation to five key teachings that defined the biblical pleas of Protestants. They are: 1. Sola scriptura: “Scripture alone” 2. Sola fide: “faith alone” 3. Sola gratia: “grace alone” 4. Solus Christus: “Christ alone” 5. Soli Deo gloria: “to the glory of God alone”

Tags: christian, reformed-theology, glory-of-god-alone, christ-alone, grace-alone

5 Solas of the Reformation Notebook

by AlondraHanley
$20 $16
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The five solas are five Latin phrases popularized during the Protestant Reformation that emphasized the distinctions between the early Reformers and the Roman Catholic Church. The word sola is the Latin word for “only” and was used in relation to five key teachings that defined the biblical pleas of Protestants. They are: 1. Sola scriptura: “Scripture alone” 2. Sola fide: “faith alone” 3. Sola gratia: “grace alone” 4. Solus Christus: “Christ alone” 5. Soli Deo gloria: “to the glory of God alone” scriptura: “Scripture alone” 2. Sola fide: “faith alone” 3. Sola gratia: “grace alone” 4. Solo Christo: “Christ alone” 5. Soli Deo gloria: “to the glory of God alone”

Tags: jesus, faith, bible, jesus-christ, religious

5 Solas Reformed Theology Notebook

by AlondraHanley
$20 $16
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Sola fide (Latin: by faith alone), also historically known as the doctrine of justification by faith alone, is a Christian theological doctrine that distinguishes most Protestant denominations from Catholicism, Orthodox Christianity, and some in the Restoration Movement.

Tags: sola, reformed, theology, christian, faithalone

Sola Fide (Original) Notebook

by BasilieaDesign
$20 $16
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The doctrine of sola fide or "by faith alone" asserts God's pardon for guilty sinners is granted to and received through faith alone, excluding all "works". All mankind, it is asserted, is fallen and sinful, under the curse of God, and incapable of saving itself from God's wrath and curse. But God, on the basis of the life, death, and resurrection of his Son, Jesus Christ alone (solus Christus), grants sinners judicial pardon, or justification, which is received solely through faith. Faith is seen as passive, merely receiving Christ and all his benefits, among which benefits are the active and passive righteousness of Jesus Christ. Christ's righteousness, according to the followers of "sola fide," is imputed (or attributed) by God to the believing sinner (as opposed to infused or imparted), so that the divine verdict and pardon of the believing sinner is based not upon anything in the sinner, nor even faith itself, but upon Jesus Christ and his righteousness alone, which are received through faith alone. Justification is by faith alone and is distinguished from the other graces of salvation.

Tags: reformed, reformation, protestant, martinluther, calvinism

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