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Holiness Teaching: New Testament Times to Wesley: Volume 1

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Heart purity, perfect love, entire sanctification--though John Wesley is acclaimed as the chief articulator of the doctrine in modern times, believers have both sought and known its truth in every generation of the Church. Included in this collection of Holiness classics are writings from the Shepherd of Hermas, Irenaeus, Clement of Alexandria, Tertullian, Bernard of Clair ...more
Hardcover, 344 pages
Published August 1st 1996 by Beacon Hill Press of Kansas City
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Andrew
Sep 18, 2011 rated it it was amazing
I had very little understanding of what my church teaches, and sort of figured most denominations just made up their own little spin on the Christian faith to justify their own existence. I've learned a LOT since then, and it's this little book that helped begin that journey.

I first read this book as an undergrad Religion major, and it helped me understand 1) what our church does believe and teach, 2) where it comes from, 3) that we didn't just make it up (nor does any other denomination) but th
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