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The Holy River of God: Currents and Contributions of the Wesleyan Holiness Stream of Christianity

The Holy River of God: Currents and Contributions of the Wesleyan Holiness Stream of Christianity

Barry L. Callen, ed., The Holy River of God: Currents and Contributions of the Wesleyan Holiness Stream of Christianity (Aldersgate Press, 2016), 274 pages, ISBN 9781600393099. The very mention of holiness can conjure up images of dower saints dressed in black garb, expressionless countenances, and a total lack of joy or fun. Think American Gothic […]

Wesleyan-Pentecostal Symposium 2016

Wesleyan-Pentecostal Symposium 2016

Dr. Donald Dayton is this year’s keynote speaker at the Wesleyan-Pentecostal Symposium, a one-day event hosted by Master’s Pentecostal Seminary and Tyndale Seminary. Tuesday, March 22, 9:00AM to 4:00PM. Tickets are $15. For the full list of speakers and to register, visit: http://www.tyndale.ca/seminary/wesley-studies/annual-symposium/2016

Peter Althouse: Wesleyan and Reformed Impulses in the Keswick and Pentecostal Movements

Peter Althouse: Wesleyan and Reformed Impulses in the Keswick and Pentecostal Movements

  Editor’s note: This academic paper by Peter Althouse, whom Jurgen Moltmann described in his autobiography as one of “the younger theologians of the Pentecostal movement,” investigates the roots of the Keswick movement and its influence on Pentecostalism. 1. Introduction The first Keswick Convention convened in June 1875, when a few hundred men and women […]

A Pentecostal Appropriation of the Wesleyan Quadrilateral

A Pentecostal Appropriation of the Wesleyan Quadrilateral

Having only been in existence for a little over one hundred years, Pentecostalism is still in its adolescence as a movement.1  As a result, biblical and theological scholarship has only belatedly begun to develop in Pentecostalism.2  More recently the movement has undergone several phases in which it has become less skeptical and more open to […]

Orthodox and Wesleyan Scriptural Understanding and Practice

Orthodox and Wesleyan Scriptural Understanding and Practice

  S. T. Kimbrough, Jr., ed., Orthodox and Wesleyan Scriptural Understanding and Practice (St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 2005), 330 pages.   “I sit down alone: only God is here; in His presence  I open and read this book to find the way to heaven” – John Wesley   Our search for the theological and practical […]

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