Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A tall leguminous swamp-plant, Æschynomene aspera, found widely in the Old World tropics.
  • noun Same as sola topi.
  • A cry or call to attract the attention of one at a distance.
  • Feminine of solo or solus. See solus.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective See solus.
  • noun (Bot.) A leguminous plant (Æschynomene aspera) growing in moist places in Southern India and the East Indies. Its pithlike stem is used for making hats, swimming-jackets, etc.

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  • noun Alternative form of shola.

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Examples

  • In contrast, Martin Luther and his Reformers had 5 main slogans, all using the word "sola," which is the Latin word for "alone."

    Reformation Theology

  • James, my point was that it's true that something other than the content of the Bible determined what would be in the Bible, as Protestants have always recognised, including those who gave us the phrase sola scriptura.

    Is "The Bible Alone" an Oxymoron?

  • The Latin text of the Heidelberg Catechism (1563) uses the expression sola fide in Q. 60 on justification.

    Heidelblog

  • Andreas Bodenstein von Karlstadt, before he radicalized, used the expression sola gratia repeatedly in his 1519 disputation.

    Heidelblog

  • And, though they never used the phrase sola scritpura or "scripture alone," if they had used it they would have considered it to be a very Catholic concept.

    The Continuum

  • The term sola fide ( "faith alone") is often associated with Luther.

    Protestantism

  • The term sola fide ( "faith alone") is often associated with Luther.

    The Counter-Reformation: Ignatius and the Jesuits

  • The term sola fide ( "faith alone") is often associated with Luther.

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  • The unfortunate use of the phrase "simple-minded fundamentalist literalism" is a reference not to religious fundamentalism per se (ie, that religious truth is factually true as well) but rather to what Catholics call sola scriptura.

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  • Scripture is the divining rod for truth, and this follows Protestant maxims such as sola scriptura as the supreme voice of authority promoted in the Creation Museum itself.

    Lee Jefferson: On Kentucky's Christmas List: Noah's Ark

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