Category Archives: Sola Fide

“Justified” means different things in different contexts

When Protestants quote 1 Clement 32 to demonstrate “Sola Fide” in the early church, the Roman Catholic apologist answers back with 1 Clement 30. But see the context! When he says in I Clement 30, “being justified by works and … Continue reading

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The righteous shall live by faith alone!

Romans 1:16-17 Romans 3:28 See James Swan’s excellent and very important article on the issue of Luther’s translation of Romans 3:28: Luther added the word “alone” (sola) to Romans 3:28? Scripture is superior to relics, statues, crucifixes, icons. The words … Continue reading

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A Reformation Day Summary

Luther’s Reformation Breakthrough (by Church History, Historical Theology Professor Ryan Reeves, Gordon-Conwell Seminary) Dr. Reeves summarizes Luther’s Breakthrough on Justification by Faith Alone: The Importance of the Reformation: Dr. Reeves then goes back to explain the 95 Theses: I wanted … Continue reading

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Martin Luther and The Protestant Reformation

  2. Some Historical Context for the word, “Protestant” – at Triablogue, by John Bugay. 3.  Resources on the Reformation at Desiring God.org.  

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