Origin of solifidian
Examples from the Web for solifidian
Solifidian, sol-i-fid′i-an, n. one who holds that faith alone is what is necessary for justification.
Word Origin for solifidian
"one who believes in salvation by faith alone" (based on Luther's translation of Rom. iii:28), 1590s, Reformation coinage from Latin solus "alone" (see sole (adj.)) + fides "faith" (see faith). As an adjective from c.1600. Related: Solifidianism