Sol`i*fid"i*an (?), n. [L. solus alone + fides faith.] Eccl.

One who maintains that faith alone, without works, is sufficient for justification; -- opposed to nullifidian.

Hammond.

 

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Sol`i*fid"i*an, a.

Holding the tenets of Solifidians; of or pertaining to the solifidians.

 

© Webster 1913.

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