There is something healthy about returning to one’s roots. When it comes to evangelical Christianity, its roots are found in the soil of the sixteenth-century Protestant Reformation.

The Five Solas

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  • The Five Solas

    What characterizes the Reformed Faith? What was it in the Roman Catholic Church at the start of the 16th century that needed to be reformed, and what reforms did the Protestants implement? Five battle cries of the Reformation known as The Solas (sola means “alone”), give us a profound insight into the theological conflict and what was at stake. They form the solid foundation of what is now called the Reformed Faith...

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    Originally posted by William View Post
    What characterizes the Reformed Faith? What was it in the Roman Catholic Church at the start of the 16th century that needed to be reformed, and what reforms did the Protestants implement? Five battle cries of the Reformation known as The Solas (sola means “alone”), give us a profound insight into the theological conflict and what was at stake. They form the solid foundation of what is now called the Reformed Faith...
    IMO, it's important to note that the "Five Solas" are not distinctive to the Reformed faith. Lutherans embrace them also (maybe even first, LOL).....

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