The Five Solas of the Reformation

The Five Solas of the Reformation

The Five Solas of the Reformation
  • Why Was the Reformation Necessary? - E.9 - Roman Catholicism

    Many evangelicals have forgotten why the Reformers were brutally tortured and burned at the stake. Some are even calling the Reformation a mistake that divided the church. Others are trying to reverse the Reformation by signing unity accords with the Roman Catholic religion. Where do you stand on...

  • The Glory of God in the Gospel - The Word Unleashed

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    In this sermon series Tom Pennington explains how the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ promotes and displays the glory of God.

  • The Five Solas of the Reformation - Chris Rosebrough

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  • On The Shoulders of Giants - Wretched TV

    Let Todd Friel take you on a six country European tour that will introduce you to the great reformers who are your Christian ancestors. These men and women were too good for this world. And yet, they were strangled, quartered and even burned to death so that we could have the truth.

  • Faith in Jesus - Alistair Begg

    The Reformation marked a pivotal event in church history—namely, a return to the apostolic Gospel. In this Reformation Day message, Alistair Begg examines the good news of salvation as proclaimed in Romans 3: that a right standing with God is not something that we are called to produce but someth...

  • Don Green - The 5 Solas of the Reformation

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  • Justification by Faith (Samuel Blair) - The Whole Counsel

    Samuel Blair was a godly minister and used by the Lord in the Second Great Awakening. He was also a teacher. Blair was much heavier on the doctrine than the application.

    Blair’s sermon is entitled “The Gospel-Method of Salvation” and his text is Romans 10:4: “For Christ is the end of the law for...

  • The Great Divide - The White Horse Inn - #1324

    At the heart of the Protestant/Catholic division in the sixteenth century was the disagreement over the doctrine of justification by an alien or imputed righteousness. In Catholic theology, justification is conceived as a lifelong process of becoming intrinsically righteous and holy, rather than ...

  • Did Jesus Teach Justification By Faith Alone? - The White Horse Inn - #1441

    Sometimes Christians will say things like, “I’m not interested in all those heavy doctrines that Paul talks about. I’m only interested in the simple teachings of Jesus.” But did Paul reshape the Christian message, or was he actually a faithful apostle? To put the question more sharply, did Paul i...

  • Scripture Alone - The White Horse Inn - #1378

    As we approach the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, today’s Protestants actually have little to be proud of as we survey the movement as a whole. The content of our messages and the shape of our worship services are largely determined by cultural preferences, marketing strategies,...

  • Christ Alone - The White Horse Inn - #1379

    Many Christians in our day, whether liberal or evangelical, declare that there is hope of eternal life apart from explicit faith in Jesus Christ. In fact, according to one survey by George Barna, 35% of America’s evangelical seminary students agreed with the statement, “God will save all good peo...

  • Justification by Faith - The White Horse Inn - #1381

    Once upon a time, Protestants of every variety were identified as those who were committed to the doctrine of “justification through faith alone.” In our day, however, most Protestants are not even familiar with this doctrine. With either stern rigor or happy tips for better living, conservatives...

  • Grace Alone - The White Horse Inn - #1380

    In the medieval church, sin was viewed as a kind of sickness that could be remedied if we reached out to take the medicine. But the Protestant Reformers sought to recover the clear teaching of Scripture that salvation “depends not on human will or exertion, but on God, who has mercy” (Rom. 9:16)....

  • Paul & James on Justification - The White Horse Inn - #1321

    Paul in Romans 4 says that “the one who does not work but trusts in him who justifies the ungodly, his faith is counted as righteousness.” Yet we also read in James 2:24 that “a person is justified by works and not by faith alone.” Do Paul and James contradict each other in the matter of justific...