Rob L. Staples

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Outward Sign and Inward Grace: The Place of Sacraments in Wesleyan Spirituality

Rob L. Staples
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An exploration of Wesleyan theology and the sacraments. The author addresses this issue of balance between structure and freedom in worship and symbolism's vital role. Infant baptism and the Eucharist's relation to evangelism is also discussed.

 
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Words Of Faith: An Easy Reference to Theological Terms

Rob L. Staples
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In the beginning, according to the first chapter of Genesis, God created the universe simply by uttering words. Christians dare not take lightly the importance of words for understanding, clarifying, and communicating the Word.

Theology. Providence. Justification. These are some words that help create and define our Christian existence.

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Herald of Holiness - February 1, 1980

William E. McCumber
William M. Greathouse
Stephen W. Nease
Rob L. Staples
Al Truesdale
Edward W., II Levin
J. Robert Sherwood
Oscar F. Reed
Luther S. Watson
Stanley J. Rodes
Marion Sessions
Robert W. Stringfield
J. Ray Shadowens
Geraldine Nicholas
Ross Hayslip
Richard S. Barnett
Bill Varian
Harold I. Smith
Lola M. Williams
Neil Hightower
Clara Olson
A white steepled church covered in snow at night.

IN THIS ISSUE:
2 Nazarene Theological Seminary - A Holiness Seminary, General Superintendent: William M. Greathouse
3 "Not...Just Another Seminary!:, Stephen W. Nease
4 Spiritual Discovery in a Classroom, Rob L. Staples
6 "I Demand My Responsibilities", Al Truesdale
8 The Life of Hope and the Hope of Our Lives, Edward W. Levin II
8 Anything but Awe, J. Robert Sherwood
9 The Marks of the Spirit, Oscar F. Reed
10 Bridge into the 80s, Luther S. Watson
11 Just the Right Combination, Stanley J. Rodes

English
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Complete magazine

Herald of Holiness - January 15, 1983

William E. McCumber
William M. Greathouse
Terrell C., Jr. Sanders
Paul Orjala
Charles "Chic" Shaver
Harold Raser
J. Kenneth Grider
Stan Meek
Chester O. Galloway
Al Truesdale
Oscar F. Reed
Steve Cooley
Alex Deasley
Rob L. Staples
Mary Anne Miller
Wesley Tracy
Charles Gailey
Robert E. Crabtree
Morris A. Weigelt
Alvin S. Lawhead
Robert E. Maner
Evelyn Stenbock Ditty
Frances M. Robinson
The entry of Nazarene Theological Seminary; inset of a professor teaching a class.
Seminary Sunday January 30, 1983; Photo ID: Dr. Oscar F Reed teaching homiletics.

IN THIS ISSUE:
2 A Great Vision Fulfilled, General Superintendent: William M. Greathouse
3 Christ Made the Difference, Terrell C. (Jack) Sanders, Jr.
4 Letters
5 A Happy Life, Paul R. Orjala
6 “Can God Be Real To Me Too?”, Charles “Chic” Shaver
7 Agents of Grace, Harold E. Raser
8 Doors Opened Wide, J. Kenneth Grider
9 My Difficulty (a Poem), Stan Meek
9 Clear Calls from God, Chester O. Galloway
10 The Surprises of Grace, Al Truesdale
10 Son of the Church, Oscar F. Reed

English
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Complete magazine

Herald of Holiness - May 1, 1988

Rob L. Staples
Keith Smith
Pauline Dunn
John W. May
Elinor Bjornstad
Robert D. Hambrick
Jerry McCant
Dan Boone
G. Roger Schoenhals
Wayne M. Warner
Orville Clark
Charsten Christensen
Eugene L. Stowe
Dorothy Tarrant
Nina Beegle
Ernie Gray
A causasian man sits on the floor holding his son, while a woman sits on the couch behind and a older girl tickles the boy's chi
Nazarene Family Week May 1-8/ Church of the Nazarene

ARTICLES
4 My Mother's Unusual Monument, Rob L. Staples
5 Mother Held Us True, Keith Smith
6 Grandma Prayed, Pauline Dunn
7 What Next?, John W. May
8 Little Things Do Count, Elinor Bjornstad
11 The Genesis of Tobacco, Robert D. Hambrick
12 Mom Is Here!, Jerry McCant
13 The Kingdom of God and the Local Church Mission Society, Dan Boone
14 Peter's Brother, G. Roger Schoenhals
15 Make God's Glory Your Goal, Wayne M. Warner

English
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Complete magazine
Language: Français

Paroles de foi: Une référence pour les termes théologiques

Rob L. Staples

L’auteur, Rob Staples, définit et explique cinquante-deux termes clés que l’Église utilise de manière particulière. Ces termes et les doctrines qu’ils représentent sont nés de plusieurs siècles de réflexion et d’expérience, à mesure que le peuple de Dieu tentait d’établir une relation avec l’Écriture, l’Esprit Saint et la vie terrestre. Ainsi, ces paroles de la foi font partie de notre riche héritage chrétien. Ils sont trop précieux pour que nous les perdions et trop importants pour que nous les négligions. Ils sont plus que de simples mots.

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