The Five Solas: Signs to Follow on the Narrow Path, A 7 Day Family Bible Study
This unique 7 day family Bible Study contains more than 50 pages of structured history and Bible-based lessons, fun activities, and corresponding educational crafts that teach the Gospel using The 5 Solas, the slogans popularized by the Reformers during the Reformation of the Church.
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The Five Solas
The Five Solas are slogans that were popularized by the Reformers during the reformation of the Church (1350-1648). These slogans are based on biblical truths and sound doctrine. Knowing and understanding the Five Solas is important for your children–it will help them to read and apply Scripture to their lives.
The Five Solas: Signs to Follow on the Narrow Path Family Bible Study
This family Bible study will help you explore Scripture in an engaging manner with seven days of family study.
Each day includes:
- An overview of a Sola or Scriptural concept
- A Bible passage to study with discussion questions
- Additional passages to read in order to better understand the intent of each Sola
- A structured notebooking page
- A family activity
- A fun craft
- Seven days of study
Your family will study the Five Solas together for seven days. Need more time to explore? You can always extend each day’s study to several days or even a week!
- Day One: Lost in the Woods: How the Solas came to be and what Sola means
- Day Two: Sound Doctrine
- Day Three: Sola Scriptura
- Day Four: Sola Fide
- Day Five: Sola Gratia
- Day Six: Solus Christus
- Day Seven: Soli Deo Gloria
- Additional Activity Pages
You’ll find fabulous additional printable activities in your Five Solas family Bible study! Printable Cards can be used as flash cards, memory cards, or a matching game plus use the bonus coloring pages for both older and younger children!
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