Holiness Teaching - New Testament Times to Wesley (#01 in Great Holiness Classics Series)
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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 Clairvaux, and others. The volume editor introduces each writers contributions with pertinent facts and commentary that place them in their proper historical and doctrinal context. Volume I in the six-volume set of Great Holiness Classics, this text is a must for any serious student of holiness or theology. Cloth.
A compilation of the most significant literature of the Holiness Movement throughout church history.^Writings from the Shepherd of Hermas, Irenaeus, Clement of Alexandria, Tertullian, Bernard of Clairvaux, and others.
Paul M. Bassett (Ph.D., Duke University) is emeritus professor of history of Christianity at Nazarene Theological Seminary in Kansas City, Missouri. The author of five books including The Medieval Church: Christianity in the Age of Princes And Peasants, AD 600-1450 (Baker History of the Church), The Aims and Purposes of Evangelical Theological Education and Exploring Christian Holiness: The Historical Development (2 volumes). Bassett has held visiting and adjunct professorships at several state universities, seminaries, and private colleges, including Pasadena College, Fuller Theological Seminary, and Central Baptist Theological Seminary.