- Additional Resources
- BOOK – Mighty Man of Valour
- BOOK – Patterns to Ponder
- BOOK – Radical Righteousness
- BOOK – When the Fire Fell
- BOOKLET – The Conservative Holiness Movement: A Historical Appraisal
- BOOKLET – Walking on Water
- BOOKLET – Why Standards?
- BOOKS: Christian Biography and History
- BOOKS: Christian Doctrine and Practice
- BOOKS: Sermon/Devotional Resources
- COMPLETE BOOK LIST
- John Foxe Actes and Monuments 1563 Leaf Book
- Resources on the History of the Holiness Movement
- Of Scars and Stars
- Three Reasons for a Publishing Ministry
- Three Essential Truths
- The Bible: The Only Way Out of the Dark
- The Anvil of God’s Word
- His Appointment, His Agenda, and His Anointing
In addition to Radical Righteousness, other resources dealing with doctrines and practices in the Wesleyan-Holiness tradition include -
From Glory to Glory: A Brief Summary of Holiness Beliefs and Practices (Schmul Publishing Company, 2001), written by Wallace Thornton, Jr. This booklet provides an overview of the traditional commitments of Christians committed to the Wesleyan-Holiness theological persuasion, including the emphasis on entire sanctification and the sanctified life. Check for availability with the publisher. Dr. Leonard Sankey, General Secretary of the Inter-church Holiness Convention wrote in the Foreword, “I am most happy to commend this book to the use of the holiness people and churches in particular, but also to any honest-hearted, open-minded person who wants to know more about the background of the holiness movement, and the historical precedents and scriptural foundation upon which our beliefs rest.”
Counterpoint: Dialogue with Drury on the Holiness Movement Editor D. Curtis Hale (Schmul Publishing Co., 2005). Contributors include Keith Drury, Kenneth J. Collins, Larry D. Smith, Richard S. Taylor, and Wallace Thornton, Jr. Check for availability with the publisher. See also the follow-up booklet by Wallace Thornton, Jr.—The Heart of the Matter: A Response to Dr. Kenneth Collins’ Critique of “Holiness or Hubris?”
“It’s Not Just Wrapping—It’s Skin: A Reflection on the Work of Keith Drury and the Relevance of Faith to Lifestyle,” by Wallace Thornton, Jr. This essay appears as Chapter Four in Call Me Coach: A Festschrift in Honor of Keith Drury on His Retirement from Full-Time Ministry Edited by Stephen J. Lennox and Kenneth L. Schenck (2013), 89-129. In the Introduction, Dr. Lennox describes this chapter as “a clear and thoughtful statement about the place of lifestyle standards.” Check for availability with the publisher.
No purchases on the Lord’s Day, please (Exodus 20:8-11).
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