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Communicating Holiness to the Filipinos: Challenges and Needs - The Path to A Filipino Theology of Holiness
Taken from the introduction: "This task of articulating and proclaiming holiness in Asia and the Pacific contexts has long been overdue. Wesleyan theology of holiness, for several decades, has been...
The author asserts that Christian Holiness is a biblical concept that brings one to the point of sensing a deep need for the experience, and a realization that Christian Holiness is both the goal, and...
Ramon discusses 1 Thessalonians 2:3-13, a passage from the NT that directly connects preaching and holiness. For Wesleyans, the doctrine of holiness and its preaching is the axis around which all...
To Spread Scriptural Holiness and to Reform the Nation: The Kingdom of God in the Thought of John Wesley
This article establishes Wesley’s understanding of the kingdom of God as a multifaceted concept within Wesley’s thought. No single stream of expression will satisfactorily explain the Kingdom for...
J.B. Chapman, Editor "Letters on Preaching: XV. Parts of Sermons-Continued" / A.M. Hills "Hints to Fishermen" / C.E. Cornell "Themes, Texts and Suggestions" / D.S. Corlett "China" / Roy G. Codding...
When the Bull Stops Bellowing: Hope for African Theologians and Educators of the Church of the Nazarene in Africa
This article stresses the importance of African theologians and educators contributing to the discussion of the theology of holiness from their unique perspectives. "The aim of this essay is to...
Recovering the Efficacy of the Ritual of Instantaneous Entire Sanctification Through Worship That Emphasizes Embodiment
Originally presented at the March 2005 Wesleyan Theological Society annual meeting titled “The Body of God as a Model for an Embodied Theology and Practice.”
Being Holy is Being Christlike: To What Extent is This a Definable and Useful Model in an Australian Context?
Taken from the introduction: "There seems to be a general agreement that we are living in a time of transition between two competing worldviews: modernity and postmodernity. The exact nature of each...
Sermons on Several Occasions. Second Series Concluded. Third, Fourth, and Fifth Series.