2011 Soli Deo Gloria

The reigning philosophy of our time teaches that the end of all being is the happiness of man. That assertion resonates deeply, because it is a part of who we are as sinners to think that the universe revolves around us. Tragically, many Christians have drunk deeply from the Kool-Aid of our times and have come to the flawed conclusion that God's chief end is to make us happy and meet all our needs. The most common explanation of the gospel portrays God's great eternal plan of redemption as primarily about us. Instead, Scripture declares that God is redeeming a people by His Son, for His Son, to His own glory. Come learn the far-reaching, life-changing implications of our spiritual rescue to the glory of God alone.

About the Sola Conference Series

Five hundred years ago the light of the Protestant Reformation emerged from the darkness of medieval Roman Catholicism. The reformers' slogan Post Tenebras Lux—"after darkness, light"—described the dawning of a quest for the faith once for all delivered to the saints, based solely on the light of Scripture. The expository preaching of men like Martin Luther and John Calvin led to the recovery of Biblical truth. The heart of what the reformers recovered is captured in the Five Solas of the Reformation.

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