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

In addition to the story behind the WHC, the chapters in the book about the various denominations that participate in the Connection are interesting for their brief historical and theological summaries. Along with a very short description of their founding, most of these chapters give a brief summary of how they understand biblical holiness.

I would recommend this book for anyone with an interest in the state of the holiness movement in the 21st century.

Reviewed by David Belles

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Category: Church History, Summer 2017

About the Author: David Belles is employed full time at Xerox Corporation as a Technical Writer. He is also the Dean of the IFCA Bible College and serves as Assistant to the Pastor at Richmond Heights Christian Assembly in Richmond Heights, Ohio. David has a BA in Religion and Philosophy from Roberts Wesleyan College. He has two masters’ degrees, one in Philosophy from Western Kentucky University, and one in Theology from Northeastern Seminary.

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