Christians can’t be perfect, but they can be holy!
Written in the tradition of John Wesley, the 8-volume Holiness Collection from the Wesleyan Publishing House offers a biblical perspective on holiness and a fresh approach to holiness in the Christian life. With treatments of biblical, historical, and theological understandings of holiness, the authors define holiness as the church’s corporate calling, as well as the primary aspiration for the Christian life. Holiness, they argue, should not be sectioned off from the rest of Christian faith, belief, and practice, but rather should remain intricately connected to the rest of life. The books in this collection bring the full weight of biblical studies and the history of theology to bear on holiness, and offer practical advice for ordinary Christians seeking to discover the Spirit’s work in their own lives.
What’s more, the Logos Bible Software edition makes these important works on holiness more accessible and easier to use than ever! From advanced search features, to detailed tagging to the Bibles and other books in your digital library, Logos gives you the tools to discover and explore Christian holiness and the doctrine of sanctification.