5 Views of Sanctification

5 Views Sanctification“5 VIEWS OF SANCTIFICATION – CRITICAL REPONSE” The book reveals the principles and processes of each of the main views of sanctification in an engaging format. Each author took a position on a specific view – Wesleyan (Dieter); Reformed (Hoekema); Pentecostal (Horton); Keswick (McQuilkin); Augustine / Dispensation (Walvoord). At the end of each chapter each of the writers had the opportunity to critique the view presented, which leads a better understanding of each view.

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Exposition of Titus

titusThe purpose of Paul’s letter to Titus was to instruct and inform believers on the way in which the church was to work and grow in order to accomplish God’s purposes in this world. This following paper is an exposition of the book of Titus.

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Personal View of Sanctification

SanctificationThe purpose of this paper is to serve as a capstone to our time and study during ST 105 combining research and knowledge gained from many of the recommended resources and lectures. Most notable is the book “5 views of sanctification” as is had a practical approach for me to see, measure, and evaluate how God’s word to bring forth sanctification into the lives of those saved. Engrained in this assignment is the fact sanctification has both a corporate purpose and individual purpose to transform a saved human being over the course of time nearer to the image of God and the likeness of Jesus Christ. While my view does not align perfectly with any one of the 5 major views (Wesleyan, Pentecostal, Keswick, Reformed, and Augustine / Dispensationalist), the view I hold at this point is weighted towards the Augustine / Dispensationalist position. The paper will acknowledge the views, however the purpose remains to detail my own personal convictions of sanctification not to simply evaluate other viewpoints / processes.

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Good Christians / Good Husbands

goodchristian-goodhusbandsDoreen Moore has provided an in depth look at the ministries of John Wesley, George Whitfield, and Jonathan Edwards. Doreen researched the lifestyle, preaching style and theology of each of the men and then described in detail each of their marriages and how the ministry and the marriages were interrelated. Each of these men was distinct in their methodology and each was very different in how they lived out their convictions in their own marriage.

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Outline of the Upper Room Discourse

Jesus and disciples in the upper roomThe purpose of this outline is to walk the reader through the Upper Room Discourse led by Jesus Christ and transcribed by the Apostle John in Chapters 13 – 17 of his Gospel.

The outline consists of a broad area of the discourse supported and detailed further in subsection points.  Each of the points are followed by a brief explanation as to what Jesus was providing in my perspective as a result of Dr. Pentecost’s class on the Upper Room.

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Philosophy of Ministry

Glen- Servants in ActionMy resume includes a brief philosophy of ministry statement, however, I wanted to provide a more detailed statement inclusive of a leadership philosophy.

After 25 years of experience as a leader in business coinciding with a servant leadership in the church, I have learned more from my failures than successes.  The journey and progressive development of my philosophy of ministry continues to evolve from a metrics / measurement approach to a more relationship centric process.

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