Wiseman Biblical Perfection is a treatment perfectionism in the Methodist tradition, after John Wesley’s teachings.
By Peter Wiseman
AIM: Methodist, Peter Wiseman.
CIM: Salvation, Sanctification.
Version: October 10, 2014
The Wesleyian tradition is that of Methodism. The basic concept here is that there is a usable “method” by which you can become holy. John Wesley promoted this along with the concept that perfection was fully possible on this side of glory. Perfectionism means that we can become sinless before our death. While all would fully agree that the Bible’s teaching is that we should strive to be holy, not all agree on the degree of total perfection (or sinless perfection) before one’s death. Wiseman presents this view.
Contents of Wiseman Biblical Perfection
Chapter 1 – Perfection Among Biblical Expressions
Chapter 2 – Perfection And Imperfections
Chapter 3 – Perfection That Is Biblical (A)
Chapter 4 – Perfection That Is Biblical (B)
Chapter 5 – Perfection Obtained
Chapter 6 – Perfection Inclusive
Chapter 7 – Perfection Involves Christlikeness Of Character
- Alexander Directions to Grow in Grace
- Anonymous – A Study in Sanctification
- Berkhof, Louis – Sanctification
- Berry Adventures in the Land of Canaan
- Bonar, Horatius – God’s Way of Holiness
- Bonar, Horatius – True Revival
- Booth Catherine – Godliness
This is a 5 Chapter work on heaven by Wiseman (Holiness). He looks at Heaven as a place, a place of perfection, a place of perfect inhabitants, a place of eternal glory, and a place for a prepared people.
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Chapter 1 - Heaven Is A Place
Chapter 2 - Heaven Is A Place Of Perfection
Chapter 3 - Heaven Is A Place Of Perfect Inhabitants
Chapter 4 - Heaven Is A Place Of Eternal Glory
Chapter 5 - Heaven Is A Prepared Place For A Prepared People
|Date:||April 9, 2018|