Holiness and Sanctification

From the Apostles to Wesley: Christian Perfection in Historical Perspective

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
William M. Greathouse

"It is the thesis of this monograph, that the teaching of Christian perfection derives essentially from the Scriptures, and that Wesley's doctrine, far from being a sectarian vagary is, indeed, in George Croft Cell's words, 'an original and unique synthesis' of the Protestant ethic of grace and the Catholic ideal of holiness.

Breaking Free From Sin's Grip: Holiness Defined for a New Generation

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
Frank Moore

Holiness describes a way of living made possible through an intimate, personal relationship with God.

A Layman's Guide to Sanctification

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

Sanctification can only be fully understood when it is fully lived.  Dunning call us beyond formulas to the true proof of the doctrine - our lives.

Table of Contents:

Foreword
Note to the Reader
Preface
Introduction: Who is confused about sanctification?
I. What in the Bible is Sanctification?
1. Sanctification in the Old Testament
2. Sanctification in the New Testament

More Holiness in Everyday Life

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
George Lyons

George Lyons' More Holiness in Everyday Life is a second collection of lectures on holiness published after the success of his earlier work Holiness in Everyday Life. The Book's preface states, "Although these lectures originated as addresses intended for college students, this is not a book for scholars. Its concern is not primarily a doctrine or even an experience. Its concern is not only theory but also practice--practical holiness. And its concern is not just for a moment but with a lifetime."

Quadrennial Address: Holiness . . . The Message of Hope

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
Board of General Superintendents

The Quadrenial address of the Board of General Superintendants to the twenty-fourth general assembly of the Church of the Nazarene.

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