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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.

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Key Features

  • Bibliographies and reading suggestions
  • Collections of essays, containing contributions from dozens of pastors and scholars

Product Details

  • Title: Holiness Collection
  • Publisher: Wesleyan Publishing House
  • Volumes: 8
  • Pages: 1,579
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Be Holy

  • Editor: Joseph Coleson
  • Publisher: Wesleyan Publishing House
  • Publication Date: 2008
  • Pages: 208

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Holiness is an essential characteristic of the nature of God and is a central doctrine to The Wesleyan Church and many other denominations. Yet this doctrine has decayed in recent decades and is in danger of being lost as a central focus of Wesleyan Theology.

This volume offers a fresh look at the essential doctrine of holiness, tracing the development of holiness in both biblical Testaments, the history of the church, and in modern practice. Practical chapters examine the ways in which believers experience holiness today, the preaching of holiness, and holiness in the church.

Inspire church leaders to renew their teaching of this essential doctrine and equip them for communicating the doctrine of holiness to their congregations with this important book.

For all the confusion these days, holiness is not primarily a doctrine or even an experience, but a life! Thus, as a doctrine it rises or falls on the credibility of the people who profess it. Here are a handful of good, contemporary thinkers who get that. Their wise counsel and practical advice will help move holiness out of the realm of mere theology and into the arena of life. You are in for a treat!

—Steve DeNeff, Pastor, College Wesleyan Church

This is an excellent addition to the literature on holiness. The authors have struck a perfect balance bridging solid biblical and historical scholarship with Christian life and practice. Pastors, teachers, lay leaders and all who have an interest in Christian holiness from a Wesleyan perspective will find it to be thoughtful, insightful, practical, and helpful.

—Ron Benefiel, President, Nazarene Theological Seminary

Joseph Coleson is professor of Old Testament at Nazarene Theological Seminary and an ordained minister in The Wesleyan Church.

The Church Jesus Builds

  • Editor: Joseph Coleson
  • Publisher: Editor: Joseph Coleson
  • Publication Date: 2006
  • Pages: 205

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From the very beginning God had one plan in mind to spread His message of hope throughout the world—the church. For two millennia the Church of Jesus Christ has undergone significant changes and seen countless local manifestations. Yet it is empowered by one Spirit. In this timely, helpful volume, twelve insightful authors offer a practical, relevant picture of the church for today.

Joseph Coleson is professor of Old Testament at Nazarene Theological Seminary and an ordained minister in The Wesleyan Church.

Passion Power and Purpose

  • Editor: Joseph Coleson
  • Publisher: Wesleyan Publishing House
  • Publication Date: 2006
  • Pages: 207

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God can and should be in and with the preacher—in the preparation leading up to the sermon, in the preaching moment itself, and in the results of the sermon both in the preacher and in the listening congregation. Be inspired anew in how and why you preach, with these refreshing and insightful essays.

Joseph Coleson is professor of Old Testament at Nazarene Theological Seminary and an ordained minister in The Wesleyan Church.

More than Forgiveness: A Contemporary Call to Holiness Based on the Life of Jesus Christ

  • Author: Steve DeNeff
  • Publisher: Wesleyan Publishing House
  • Publication Date: 2002
  • Pages: 224

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Holiness is not conformity to a standard but abandonment to the love of God. In More Than Forgiveness: A Contemporary Call to Holiness Based on the Life of Jesus Christ, Steve DeNeff offers a biblical and sensible understanding of holiness. Christian holiness, he shows, should not be sectioned off from the rest of faith or theology, but is intricately connect to the rest of Christian belief and practice. The path toward holiness has defining moments, but it does not come in a moment’s time. In More Than Forgiveness, discover the beauty of a life completely surrendered to God!

Steve DeNeff is senior pastor of College Wesleyan Church in Marion, Indiana.

The Way Forward

  • Editors: Matthew Leroy, Jeremy Summers
  • Publisher: Wesleyan Publishing House
  • Publication Date: 2007
  • Pages: 191

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A burning heart. A humble monk. A former slave turned founding bishop. A politician and a poet. Abolitionists and activists. Preachers, professors, reformers, and revolutionaries. Through these set-apart voices we witness the journey of the holiness message through the ages, and its timeless promise of God's far-reaching grace and transforming love.

And these voices have something to say to us, today. They speak in tones of hope and expectation, resounding with the promise of perfected love. They offer the assurance of restoration and reconciliation with the Father, by way of the Son and the Holy Spirit. They challenge us to embrace humility, submitting ourselves to the unrivaled reign of God. Now, more than ever, the world needs to experience, and we need to remember, this grace that enables holiness.

The Way Forward presents these voices from our past—John Wesley, Thomas a Kempis, Phoebe Palmer and more—with introductions from scholars and pastors of today.

The Way Forward assembles a number of engaging scholars and pastors to bring before the broader Wesleyan family some of the classics precious to the holiness tradition: from Thomas a Kempis to John Wesley, William Law to John Fletcher, and Richard Allen to Phoebe Palmer, those who loved and articulated the holy way are amply represented. Each selection contains both the original text as well as a contemporary commentary. Such an approach will undoubtedly help to demonstrate the ongoing importance of the tradition and is therefore greatly needed today.

—Kenneth J. Collins, Professor of Historical Theology and Wesley Studied, Asbury Theological Seminary

Jeremy Summers is a student at Asbury Theological Seminary and an ordained minister of The Wesleyan Church.

Matt Leroy is a student at Asbury Theological Seminary and an ordained minister in The Wesleyan Church.

Best of All, God is With Us

  • Author: Nick Harrison
  • Publisher: Wesleyan Publishing House
  • Publication Date: 2005
  • Pages: 191

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John Wesley was always on the go, rarely sick, and had no use for leisure time. He left in his wake a movement that has influenced tens of millions of Christians worldwide. Wesley's writings, including his daily journal, are a rich source of inspiration for believers.

Mining gems from the heart of Wesley's writings, Nick Harrison presents ninety devotionals reflecting on subjects, including prayer, stewardship, perfect love, and holiness.

These inspiring meditations present the founder of Methodism as a kindred spirit to Christians everywhere, reintroducing his amazing life and ministry while offering daily encouragement on the central issues of personal spirituality.

Nick Harrison is the best-selling author of six devotional books and two novels. He lives in Eugene, Oregon.

Holy and Human

  • Author: Earle Wilson
  • Publisher: Wesleyan Publishing House
  • Publication Date: 2008
  • Pages: 160

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Some believers soon discover a disconnection between their expectations of grace in their lives and what it actually does in terms of living the “perfect life." Frustration, temptation, fear, and doubt continue to be everyday experiences, contrary to what hopeful seeker expects.

With unusual warmth and compassion, Earle Wilson writes of the struggle to live the holy life—and of the victory that God provides. Discover the secret to—

  • Beating frustration
  • Finding good in disappointments
  • Overcoming worry
  • Conquering fear
  • Persevering through affliction
  • Challenging anger
  • Debunking doubt

By reading Holy and Human, believers will become confident in their relationship with God and gain practical advice for avoiding the hindrances that plague ordinary people in their pursuit of holiness.

Earle L. Wilson has served as a pastor and a college president. Since 1984, he has been General Superintendent of The Wesleyan Church. He has earned B.S., Th.B., and Th.M. degrees and was awarded a D.D.

Journey into Holiness

  • Editor: Norman G. Wilson
  • Publisher: Wesleyan Publishing House
  • Publication Date: 2000
  • Pages: 193

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Take a journey into holy living through God's power. This collection of writings and hymns from classic and contemporary writers like John and Charles Wesley, Keith Drury, William Greathouse, Stan Toler and Clarence Bence will guide you on this quest.

The pursuit of holiness is our God-given directive but the way is often unclear, and we sometimes struggle in our call to imitate God. Journey into Holiness explores this struggle and encourages us on a deeper, Spirit-filled life as it addresses thoughts as:

  • What is Christian perfection?
  • Godly living in an ungodly world
  • What is evidence of the Holy Spirit?
  • Hungering for holiness

Norman G. Wilson is the general editor of The Wesleyan Church and the speaker for its international radio ministry, The Wesleyan Hour. Named a distinguished lecturer by The Staley Foundation, he is a gifted communicator who is a much sought-after speaker for revivals, camp meetings, and crusades.

Dr. Wilson is the author of several books and hundreds of articles. He has served for many years in the pastorate, taught in a Christian liberal arts college, and been part of a concert and recording ministry.


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