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Sola Scriptura (album)

Sola Scriptura (Latin for "by scripture alone") is a 2007 Christian progressive rock concept album by multi-instrumentalist Neal Morse (his sixth studio album) about the life of the German theologian Martin Luther.

Sola Scriptura
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Studio album by
Released26 February 2007
GenreProgressive rock[1]
LabelRadiant Records
ProducerNeal Morse
Neal Morse chronology
With a Little Help from My Friends
Sola Scriptura
Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic4/5 stars [2]

Performers on the record include Morse (vocals, keyboards, and guitar), Mike Portnoy (ex-Dream Theater) on drums, Randy George (Ajalon) on bass guitar, and Paul Gilbert (Racer X and Mr. Big) on guitar on the tracks "Upon the Door," "Do You Know My Name?" and "Two Down, One to Go."

Track listingEdit

All songs written by Neal Morse.

1."The Door"
  1. "Introduction"
  2. "In the Name of God"
  3. "All I Ask For"
  4. "Mercy for Sale"
  5. "Keep Silent"
  6. "Upon the Door"
2."The Conflict"
  1. "Do You Know My Name?"
  2. "Party to the Lie"
  3. "Underground"
  4. "Two Down, One to Go"
  5. "The Vineyard"
  6. "Already Home"
3."Heaven in My Heart" 5:11
4."The Conclusion"
  1. "Randy's Jam"
  2. "Long Night's Journey"
  3. "Re-Introduction"
  4. "Come Out of Her"
  5. "Clothed with the Sun"
  6. "In Closing..."



Special GuestEdit

Additional MusiciansEdit

  • Chris Carmichael - violin, viola, electric violin
  • Michael Thurman - French horn
  • Rachel Rigdon - violin
  • Hannah Vanderpool - cello
  • Debbie Bresee - background vocals
  • Richard Morse - background vocals
  • April Zachary - background vocals
  • Wade Browne - background vocals
  • Joey Pippin - background vocals
  • Amy Pippin - background vocals
  • Revonna Cooper - background vocals
  • Wil Henderson - additional vocals


  1. ^ Ezell, Brice (15 February 2012). "The 10 Best Progressive Rock Albums of the 2000s". PopMatters. Retrieved 7 August 2015.
  2. ^ Jurek, Thom (2011). "Sola Scriptura - Neal Morse | AllMusic". Retrieved 22 August 2011.

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