In Christ Alone (Lux Leather)

    In Christ Alone (Lux Leather)

    Victor Kuligin & Robert Yarbrough
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    An in-depth look at the five solas and the practical implications they have for believers today.

     

    At the heart of the 16th century Protestant Reformation lies the rallying cries of reformers like Martin Luther and John Calvin. Intending to summarize the Reformers’ basic theological principles in contrast to the Roman Catholic Church of the day, these reformers spearheaded a movement that transformed Christianity. It is out of this very movement that the five solas emerged:

    • Sola Scriptura (Scripture alone)
    • Solus Christus (Christ alone)
    • Sola Gratia (grace alone)
    • Sola Fide (faith alone)
    • Soli Deo Gloria (the glory of God alone).

    In Christ Alone looks at the historical heritage of each sola, giving believers an in-depth look at what each of the five solas are and the practical implication for believers today. Each chapter highlights a quotation by and the biography of a well-known reformer, as well as key Scripture verses to further explain each sola’s meaning.

    In Christ Alone will be published as part of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation in 2017.

     

    Also available in Afrikaans under the title In Christus alleen

     

    About the Authors

    Dr. Victor Kuligin (DTh, University of Stellenbosch) is a senior lecturer at Bible Institute of South Africa in the Cape Town suburbs, where he has also served as Academic Dean.  Previously he spent four­teen years as a missionary in Namibia, where he lectured at Namibia Evangelical Theological Seminary.  He is an author and international speak­er, guest lecturing in countries like India, Bulgaria, Sudan, Ethiopia, and Rwanda.

     

    Dr. Robert Yarbrough (PhD, University of Aberdeen) is professor of New Testament at Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis, Missouri, USA. He taught previously at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and Wheaton College. He is author, co-author, or translator of nu­mer­ous books and ar­ti­cles. He has been involved in theological education in Africa (Egypt, Sudan, South Sudan, South Africa) since 1989.