Five Solas Project


Maria Fee, artist, doctoral candidate, and instructor at Fuller Theological Seminary, provided these references to current exhibitions in the Los Angeles area and timeless art related to the Reformation and the Five Solas.

Until March 26, 2017 LACMA will exhibit Renaissance and Reformation: German Art in the Age of Dürer and Cranach.
Until June 11, 2017 LACMA will exhibit The Prints of Albrecht Dürer.

Images related to the Reformation:

Luther and Cranach, by Lovis Corinth
Page from German Bible, 17th Century
Bible Reading, J.H. Nahl
Rembrandt Prints and Rembrandt Religious Theme Prints from the Morgan Library
The Three Trees after Rembrandt, Captain William E. Baillie from the Metropolitan Museum of Art



Reel Spirituality, Brehm Center’s initiative of faith and film, provided these brief reflections on and suggestions for five films, each related to the Five Solas.


Here are a collection of links to aid in your further study of the Five Solas and their history.

Wikipedia: The Five Solas
Reasonable Theology: The Five Solas and the Reformation
Got Questions: The Five Solas
ReformationTheology.com
Christianity Today: The Five Solas and the Reformation
Scholars Suggest How to Remember the Reformation
Theopedia: The Five Solas
Ligonier: Semper Reformanda
Ligonier: Always Abusing, Semper Reformanda
Grace to You: Keep Reforming
Artlicursi: Why Five Solas?