Sola fides sola fides


    Sola fide asserts that, although all people have disobeyed God's commands, God declares those people obedient who place their confidence , their faith , in what God has done through the life, death and resurrection of Jesus . They account Christ's obedience as their own, and the only meritorious, obedience. Their assurance is that God's work in Christ is their commendation for acceptance by God. Conversely, the doctrine says that those who trust God in this way do not trust what they themselves have done (which has no worth, because of sin). The doctrine holds that it is not through personal goodness that sinners are reconciled to God. Reconciliation is only through the mercy of God himself, made effectual for forgiveness through the sacrifice of his son; thus it is only through the obedience of Christ given in substitute for the disobedience of believers, who for their sake was raised from the dead, that they have confidence that they are in fact heirs of eternal life.

    So it has been ever since. In the 18th century, when Thomas Boston and others (the so-called 12 Apostles) re-discovered the 17th-century Marrow of Modern Divinity , it set the Scottish Presbyterian Church on fire with controversy because it had already become dominated by nomists. They were charged with teaching antinomianism simply for preaching the gospel, for teaching Guilt, Grace, and Gratitude. So it is today. There are some who identify with the 18th-century nomists, who opposed the Marrow men. Most of them think that Norman Shepherd was railroaded out of job because he was “the last Reformed theologian,” who opposed the growing influence of broad evangelicalism within Presbyterianism. Like the Wizard of Oz they¬† want desperately for you to ignore the man behind the curtain and the obvious: the NAPARC churches have universally condemned Shepherd’s soteriology.


    On faith alone I stand; there is no higher ground! Affirming and encouraging; this transcendent anthem was inspired by the epic film; Luther; and is masterfully arranged by Tom Fettke and orchestrated by Bruce Greer. Hear the refrain; 'Sola fide,' which means; 'faith alone' as we journey from the seed of faith to the full realization of the promise of life eternal. Instrumental parts and a fully orchestrated accompaniment CD are available. Don't miss this exquisite gem!           PRODUCT INFORMATION Publisher Alfred Publishing
    View a Sample Page
    . . Sample Page 1 . .

    Listen to mp3 Audio Example
    . . Audio Example 1 . .
    Format Choral Octavo Instrument Choir Genre Sacred Category Choral Octavo Pages 16 Shipping Weight   lbs Alfred Publishing Item 00-29273 Product Code YL00-29273 UPC Code 38081316239 Voicing Description SATB
    Scott Pierre : Composer
    Tom Fettke : Arranger
    Bruce Greer : Arranger
    Karla Pierre : Composer
    Robert White Johnson : Composer
    Al Denson : Composer
    SONG LIST Title:         On Faith Alone (Sola Fides)
    Artist:     Robert Johnson ; Al Denson ; Karla Pierre ; Scott Pierre
    Below are Related Products that you may be interested in. On Faith Alone (Sola Fide) (Choral Octavo) (SAB) (Choir); Sacred; #YL00-29274 Words and music by Robert White Johnson; Al Denson; Karla Pierre; and Scott Pierre / arr. Tom Fettke; orch. Bruce Greer On Faith Alone (Sola Fide) (CD); InstruTrax CD (Choir); Sacred; #YL00-29275 Words and music by Robert White Johnson; Al Denson; Karla Pierre; and Scott Pierre / arr. Tom Fettke; orch. Bruce Greer On Faith Alone (Sola Fide) (Instrumental Parts); InstruPax; InstruPax (Choir); Sacred; #YL00-29276 Words and music by Robert White Johnson; Al Denson; Karla Pierre; and Scott Pierre / arr. Tom Fettke;


    Sola Fides Sola FidesSola Fides Sola FidesSola Fides Sola FidesSola Fides Sola Fides

    ipajz.haroldmilleractorwestbethnyc.us