In October of this year (2017) we will be celebrating the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. 500 years ago Martin Luther nailed on the door of Wittenberg Church a document which was a powder-keg to initiate a reformation of the Church, in the hopes of bringing it back to worshiping God as He demonstrates to us in scripture. In Jason Helopoulos new study, The Five Solas: These truths alone: Why the Reformation Solas are essential for our faith today, published by The Good Book Company Publishers, Helopoulos explores the “Five Solas” of the Reformation and where we find them in scripture.
This study is a six week series which focuses, as the title suggests, on the five different yet interconnected solas of the Protestant Reformation and actively living them out. This study is a perfect fit for small groups regardless of their knowledge base or demographic makeup for this inductive study levels the playing field for all. Not only does The Five Solas: These truths alone, provide a considerable depth of teaching about these important truths but also provides a plethora of application for every participant. Furthermore for those who are looking for cost saving opportunities, each of the participant guides include a leader’s guide in the back so that anyone is able to lead this study without needing to purchase a separate book. This is without a doubt one of the best small group study guides I have ever seen on the five solas of the Reformation as well as being one of the most accessible studies while being a stalwart adherent to Reformed Theology.
I wholeheartedly recommend this study to any and all who are looking for a small group resource on this timely topic as we approach one of the most important history impacting anniversaries this world has ever seen.
This book was provided to me free of charge from The Good Book Company Publishers in exchange for an unbiased, honest review.
The Five Solas: These truths alone: Why the Reformation Solas are essential for our faith today
© 2017 by Jason Helopoulos
Publisher: The Good Book Company Publishing
Page Count: 80 Pages