Solas

Bible Study: Alones, but Never Alone

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Q: What are the “Alones” of the church?

A: Sola is the Latin word for “alone”. Five phrases came from writings during the Protestant Reformation (the time during and after Martin Luther), based on teaching throughout Scripture, to explain their beliefs.

The Five Solas (or “Alones”) are:

  • 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.

This three-part study (Part One: Scripture & Christ Alone, Part Two: Faith & Grace Alone, Part Three: Glory to God alone) will explore each Sola and offer a modern-day application for teens.

Soli Deo Gloria!

Download a PDF of the Bible Study: Alones, but Never Alone Part One: Scripture and Christ Alone Leader’s Guide.
Download a PDF of the Bible Study: Alones, but Never Alone Part One: Scripture and Christ Alone Student Guide.

Download a PDF of the Bible Study: Alones, but Never Alone Part Two: Faith and Grace Alone Leader’s Guide.
Download a PDF of the Bible Study: Alones, but Never Alone Part Two: Faith and Grace Alone Student Guide.

Download a PDF of the Bible Study: Alones, but Never Alone Part Three: Glory to God Alone Leader’s Guide.
Download a PDF of the Bible Study: Alones, but Never Alone Part Three: Glory to God Alone Student Guide.

2 Comment

  1. This is a great series and a positive way to talk about our Lutheran/Christain identity and what we stand firm on. I am also biased since this is my wife’s work – proud of you Sara!

    • We agree! This is a great Bible study series and we’re excited to offer it to our readers!

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