Celebrate the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther's Reformation with the release of the book, In Christ Alone. This gift book focuses on the five theological pillars of Christianity.
Product Release: In Christ Alone
Celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation with the release of the book, In Christ Alone
. Five hundred years ago, the Catholic priest and monk Martin Luther nailed his "Ninety-Five Theses" on the Castle Church door in Wittenburg, Germany, to publicly protest against what he saw as Medieval Roman Catholicism's abusive practices in the sale of indulgences. From this disputation came the start of the Protestant Reformation, a movement that not only transformed Europe but would eventually change the face of Christianity the world over. Nearly a billion Christians today find their theological roots in this protest movement.
In Christ Alone
“For there is none other name under heaven given among men, whereby we must be saved.” Acts 4:12
In Christ Alone
takes a brief look at the five theological pillars of the Reformation and how each of them applies to believers today. This gift book, by authors Victor Kuligin and Robert Yarbrough, highlights key Scripture verses, historical elements of the 16th
century, and the five sola statements. The Reformation’s main emphasis has been summed up in five statements using the word “alone” (Latin sola
The Five Solas are:
- Sola Scriptura –By Scripture Alone
- Sola Gratia – By Grace Alone
- Sola Fide – Through Faith Alone
- Solus Christus – In Christ Alone
- Soli Deo Gloria – By the glory of God Alone
This celebratory book is beautifully written as a reference and explanation of the five essentials of the Reformation. This timely keepsake book showcases superb craftsmanship with stitched luxleather, gold foiling and references from historical Biblical scholars. The creatively designed emblem on the front cover represents the key themes of the Reformation all grounded in Christ as the fountainhead.