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Author: Neil B. Wiseman
ISBN: 0834118963
Language: English
Pages: 152 pages
Category: Churches & Church Leadership
Publisher: Beacon Hill Press of Kansas City (July 1, 2001)
Rating: 4.6
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Start by marking Classic Writings from Builders of Our Faith as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. This text is a compilation of excerpts from articles, sermons, and books by the sages of the Holiness Movement. To read their writing is to sit on the front row of Nazarene history and to build an even greater future on the legacy left in trust for present day Nazarenes. Classic Writings is a magnificent doorway into the thoughts and dreams of those who came before us. As you celebrate the timeless writings that have shaped our beliefs in the Nazarene church, you will strengthen your faith in the holiness message.

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Phineas F. Bresee, J.B. Chapman, H. Orton Wiley, Bud Robinson, Mildred Bangs Wynkoop, these and many others were heralds who sounded the clarion call to holiness for their generations. Now within these pages we have a chance to hear their sweet tones again. In a time before radio and television, writing was used to proclaim and explain the distinctive doctrine of holiness. This text is a compilation of excerpts from articles, sermons, and books by the sages of the Holiness Movement. To read their writing is to sit on the front row of Nazarene history and to build an even greater future on the legacy left in trust for present day Nazarenes. Classic Writings is a magnificent doorway into the thoughts and dreams of those who came before us. As you celebrate the timeless writings that have shaped our beliefs in the Nazarene church, you will strengthen your faith in the holiness message.