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The Resource Called unto Holiness, Volume 1

Called unto Holiness, Volume 1

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Called unto Holiness, Volume 1
Title
Called unto Holiness, Volume 1
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eng
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MiAaPQ
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BX8699.N33 -- S65 1962eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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Called unto Holiness, Volume 1
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http://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/multco/detail.action?docID=3379617
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Copyright
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online resource
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cr
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rdacarrier
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multicolored
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text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- PREFACE -- Table of Contents -- CHAPTER I. THE HOLINESS REVIVAL, 1858-88 -- The Modern World Challenges the Old Faith. -- The Holiness Revival in the Methodist Churches, 1865-85 -- Interdenominational and International Aspects of the Movement -- CHAPTER II. THE CHURCH QUESTION, 1880-1900 -- The First "Come-outers" -- The Pursuit of Unity and Loyalty -- The Loyalists Face a Mounting Crisis -- Holiness Social Work -- CHAPTER III. NAZARENE BEGINNINGS IN THE EAST -- The People's Churches: Holiness and Congregationalism. -- The Methodist Preachers Delay Decision. -- A Middle Way:The Evangelical Association and New England Methodism. -- William Howard Hoople and the "Pentecostal" Churches in Brooklyn. -- CHAPTER IV. THE ASSOCIATION OF PENTECOSTAL CHURCHES, 1897-1907 -- The Growth of Denominational Fellowship -- H. F. Reynolds and the Search for a Superintendency -- The Pentecostal Collegiate Institute -- The Establishment of Foreign Missions in India and the Cape Verde Islands -- Retrospect: Radical Experience and Conservative Churchmanship -- CHAPTER V. PHINEAS BRESEE AND THE CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE -- The Making of the Man -- The Holiness Revival in Southern California -- The Founding of the Church of the Nazarene -- Characteristics of the Early Nazarenes -- CHAPTER VI. THE NAZARENES BECOME A NATIONAL CHURCH -- The Dawn of the Idea of a National Holiness Church -- The Growth of the Church in California -- Nazarenes in the Northwest -- How Bresee's Church Came to the Mississippi Valley -- CHAPTER VII. FROM THE CUMBERLAND TO THE RIO GRANDE: THE HERITAGE OF HOLINESS IN THE OLD SOUTHWEST -- Robert Lee Harris and the New Testament Church of Christ -- The Beginnings of Denominational Organization -- The Holiness Movement in Eastern Texas -- The Holiness Association of Texas: Peniel
  • The Independent Holiness Church: Pilot Point -- The Rising Star Union of 1904 -- The Holiness Church of Christ, 1905-8 -- CHAPTER VIII. THE PENTECOSTAL MISSION IN TENNESSEE, 1898-1915 -- The Holiness Movement Comes to Middle Tennessee -- An Undenominational Path, 1901-7 -- The Postponement of Union with the Nazarenes -- The Last Years of the Pentecostal Mission -- The Progressive Movement in American Religion -- CHAPTER IX. UNION AND LIBERTY-ONE AND INSEPARABLE -- First Steps Toward the Union of East and West, 1906-7 -- Forging the Links of National Fellowship -- Erasing the Mason-Dixon Line -- The Meaning of Pilot Point -- CHAPTER X. SOME UNHERALDED ACCESSIONS, 1908-15 -- The First Fruits of Union -- Success and Failure in Other Merger Efforts, 1908-15 -- The Midwest Becomes the Nazarene Heartland -- The Pentecostal Church of Scotland -- CHAPTER XI. ACHIEVING THE INNER REALIT Y OF UNION -- Unfinished Business -- The Early History of the General Superintendency -- The Organization of Foreign Missions -- The Harmonizing of Educational Activities -- The Establishment of a Central Publishing House -- A Churchly Way of Life -- CHAPTER XII. THE TRANSITION TO A NEW GENERATION -- A Crisis of Leadership -- Liberty Versus Unity -- The Rees Dissension -- H. Orton Wiley and Northwest Nazarene College -- The Fear of Spiritual Decline in the Second Generation -- CHAPTER XIII. THE LAYMEN'S HOLINESS ASSOCIATION ON THE NORTHERN PLAINS -- The Origin of the Laymen's Movement -- A Methodist Association -- Wesleyan Fundamentalism -- Uniting with the Nazarenes -- The Nazarene Response to Fundamentalism -- CHAPTER XIV. THE RENEWAL OF LEADERSHIP AND THE RESURGENCE OF EVANGELISM, 1921-33 -- The Enlarged Role of Education in Denominational Strategy -- The Inner Life of the College Communities -- Christian Education in Local Congregations
  • The Committee System of General Church Administration -- R. T. Williams and the Forming of the General Board -- Evangelism at Home and Abroad -- A FORWARD GLANCE -- NOTES -- INDEX -- Untitled
Control code
EBC3379617
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (412 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780834126817
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Note
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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unknown sound
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remote
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  • (MiAaPQ)EBC3379617
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL3379617
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr10617348
  • (OCoLC)923292877
Label
Called unto Holiness, Volume 1
Link
http://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/multco/detail.action?docID=3379617
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- PREFACE -- Table of Contents -- CHAPTER I. THE HOLINESS REVIVAL, 1858-88 -- The Modern World Challenges the Old Faith. -- The Holiness Revival in the Methodist Churches, 1865-85 -- Interdenominational and International Aspects of the Movement -- CHAPTER II. THE CHURCH QUESTION, 1880-1900 -- The First "Come-outers" -- The Pursuit of Unity and Loyalty -- The Loyalists Face a Mounting Crisis -- Holiness Social Work -- CHAPTER III. NAZARENE BEGINNINGS IN THE EAST -- The People's Churches: Holiness and Congregationalism. -- The Methodist Preachers Delay Decision. -- A Middle Way:The Evangelical Association and New England Methodism. -- William Howard Hoople and the "Pentecostal" Churches in Brooklyn. -- CHAPTER IV. THE ASSOCIATION OF PENTECOSTAL CHURCHES, 1897-1907 -- The Growth of Denominational Fellowship -- H. F. Reynolds and the Search for a Superintendency -- The Pentecostal Collegiate Institute -- The Establishment of Foreign Missions in India and the Cape Verde Islands -- Retrospect: Radical Experience and Conservative Churchmanship -- CHAPTER V. PHINEAS BRESEE AND THE CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE -- The Making of the Man -- The Holiness Revival in Southern California -- The Founding of the Church of the Nazarene -- Characteristics of the Early Nazarenes -- CHAPTER VI. THE NAZARENES BECOME A NATIONAL CHURCH -- The Dawn of the Idea of a National Holiness Church -- The Growth of the Church in California -- Nazarenes in the Northwest -- How Bresee's Church Came to the Mississippi Valley -- CHAPTER VII. FROM THE CUMBERLAND TO THE RIO GRANDE: THE HERITAGE OF HOLINESS IN THE OLD SOUTHWEST -- Robert Lee Harris and the New Testament Church of Christ -- The Beginnings of Denominational Organization -- The Holiness Movement in Eastern Texas -- The Holiness Association of Texas: Peniel
  • The Independent Holiness Church: Pilot Point -- The Rising Star Union of 1904 -- The Holiness Church of Christ, 1905-8 -- CHAPTER VIII. THE PENTECOSTAL MISSION IN TENNESSEE, 1898-1915 -- The Holiness Movement Comes to Middle Tennessee -- An Undenominational Path, 1901-7 -- The Postponement of Union with the Nazarenes -- The Last Years of the Pentecostal Mission -- The Progressive Movement in American Religion -- CHAPTER IX. UNION AND LIBERTY-ONE AND INSEPARABLE -- First Steps Toward the Union of East and West, 1906-7 -- Forging the Links of National Fellowship -- Erasing the Mason-Dixon Line -- The Meaning of Pilot Point -- CHAPTER X. SOME UNHERALDED ACCESSIONS, 1908-15 -- The First Fruits of Union -- Success and Failure in Other Merger Efforts, 1908-15 -- The Midwest Becomes the Nazarene Heartland -- The Pentecostal Church of Scotland -- CHAPTER XI. ACHIEVING THE INNER REALIT Y OF UNION -- Unfinished Business -- The Early History of the General Superintendency -- The Organization of Foreign Missions -- The Harmonizing of Educational Activities -- The Establishment of a Central Publishing House -- A Churchly Way of Life -- CHAPTER XII. THE TRANSITION TO A NEW GENERATION -- A Crisis of Leadership -- Liberty Versus Unity -- The Rees Dissension -- H. Orton Wiley and Northwest Nazarene College -- The Fear of Spiritual Decline in the Second Generation -- CHAPTER XIII. THE LAYMEN'S HOLINESS ASSOCIATION ON THE NORTHERN PLAINS -- The Origin of the Laymen's Movement -- A Methodist Association -- Wesleyan Fundamentalism -- Uniting with the Nazarenes -- The Nazarene Response to Fundamentalism -- CHAPTER XIV. THE RENEWAL OF LEADERSHIP AND THE RESURGENCE OF EVANGELISM, 1921-33 -- The Enlarged Role of Education in Denominational Strategy -- The Inner Life of the College Communities -- Christian Education in Local Congregations
  • The Committee System of General Church Administration -- R. T. Williams and the Forming of the General Board -- Evangelism at Home and Abroad -- A FORWARD GLANCE -- NOTES -- INDEX -- Untitled
Control code
EBC3379617
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (412 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780834126817
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Note
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (MiAaPQ)EBC3379617
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL3379617
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr10617348
  • (OCoLC)923292877

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