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Day 13 & 14 (September 14th)

Day 13 and 14 – Sola Fide

One of the keypoints of the Reformation was the issue on Sola Fide, which means ‘by faith alone’. In short, the definition of Sola Fide is that a believer is justified by faith alone. 296 more words


Reformation 500: Sola Fide, The Apostle Paul and Romans 3

(This article was originally published here)

I hope that the previous articles (here and here)have been able to show beyond any doubt, what these councils, catechisms, and confessions teach concerning justification and the many differences between the Roman Catholic and the Historic Protestant views. 1,353 more words

Reformed Theology

Reformation 500: Sola Fide and The Roman Catholic Church

(This article was originally published here)

As the 500th anniversary of the Reformation marches nearer, it behooves us to examine anew the differences between the Roman Catholic and Protestant doctrine. 1,874 more words

Reformed Theology

Go read! Leonardo De Chirico

About the 1999 Joint Declaration on the Doctrine of Justification (JDDJ) signed by the Roman Catholic Church and the World Lutheran Federation.

Is the Roman Catholic Church Now Committed to “Grace Alone”? 73 more words

Pilgrim's Progress Revisited

Addressing the Heresy of Sola Fide

Since Protestants confidently proclaim that faith alone is the solution to being saved, the question remains; why does scripture oppose this heretical and unbiblical doctrine? It’s quite evident within the scriptures that we are to do good works in response to having faith in Christ.

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Considering Getting the Gospel Right

My years working in Ligonier Ministries’ phone room were tumultuous ones for the larger evangelical community. The Promise Keeper’s movement was huge, and divisive among lay people. 1,070 more words