Theology

Theology

John Wesley: Christian Revolutionary

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
Mildred Bangs Wynkoop

In a response to a culture of revolution, Wynkoop examines John Wesley and the ways in which he and his theology were revolutionary in their time. This book embraces Wesley's experiential theology rather than intricate and formal doctrinal theology. Wynkoop has transformed several of her lectures into these chapters which attempt to capture the Wesleyan theology of Perspective, Perfection, and Performance in a way that is accesible to a diverse group of students and readers.

God, Man, and Salvation: A Biblical Theology

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
Westlake Taylor Purkiser
Richard S. Taylor
Willard H. Taylor

God, Man, and Salvation represents the finest of Nazarene biblical theology in the 1970s. The work of Drs. Purkiser, Taylor, and Taylor traces the the narrative of Scripture from end to end. It is divided into 10 sections: Creation and Covenant; Devotion and Duty-the Human Side of Salvation; The Prophetic Vision; The God of Our Salvation; The Creature of God's Saving Concern; A Saviour, Christ the Lord; Salvation through Christ; The Life of a Saved People; The Society of the Saved; and The Future in Salvation History.

Biblical Resources for Holiness Preaching, From Text to Sermon

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
H. Ray Dunning
Neil Wiseman

The term “holiness” is subject to a wide range of meanings. There are few terms that conjure up so many divergent ideas in the minds of those who hear it. Not only is this the case, but even within the compass of the Bible, “holiness” and its cognate term, “sanctification,” have a variety of meanings and applications.

Daniel's Response to World Religions

In this paper, I will explore some of the theological responses of the Jewish community to competing religions in the years following exile. In particular I propose to focus upon those ideas found in the book of Daniel that respond to other religions. Following two preliminary comments, the first part of the paper will survey the religious environment of the ancient Middle East during and following the Israelite exile to Babylon.

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WHDL-00001989

ET-301: Christian Theology 1

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
Nazarene Theological Institute (Africa Region)
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Sanctification and its Synonyms

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
Westlake Taylor Purkiser

These chapters are intended as studies in the Biblical theology of holiness, and particularly of what we may call the synonyms for entire sanctification.  The material in these pages was prepared for delivery as the Aycock Lectures at Bethany Nazarene College during the spring term of 1959.

After Sanctification

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
Tony Marshall Anderson

An examination of what follows in a Christian's life after the second work of sanctification; whereby one is instanteously cleansed from sin, but also begins a life of spiritual development and Christian service.

Gospel of the Comforter

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
Daniel Steele

A practical theological text on the person, role, and work of the Holy Spirit.

Foundations of Wesleyan-Arminian Theology

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
Mildred Bangs Wynkoop

Herein is a most discriminating study of the basic differences between historic Calvinism and Arminianism and the developments in both theological traditions that have created the mounting barriers to the understanding of each other's position. Dr. Wynkoop deals authoritatively with the critical issues, and incisively cuts through the prevalent fuzzy theological concepts, but all with delicacy and understanding. The monumental contribution of John Wesley in defining the doctrine of sanctification is a key emphasis in the book, along with the central issue of Christian assurance.

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