Wesleyan Theological Journal Vol. 49, No. 1 – Spring 2014

EDITOR’S NOTES……………………………………………………………. 5

A BRIEF ANATOMY OF HOLINESS ………………………………………………. 7
Bruce D. Marshall

HOLINESS AND ETHICS………………………………………………………… 19
Thomas B. Dozeman

SPIRIT/SHEKHINAH/SAKINA: NO HOLINESS BUT SOCIAL HOLINESS ………… 35
Michael Lodahl……The Presidential Address

“WON OVER WITHOUT A WORD”: HOLINESS AND
THE CHURCH’S MISSIONAL IDENTITY IN 1 PETER…………………………………… 50
Dean Flemming

HOLINESS AND CATHOLICITY: A FRUITFUL TENSION
FOR THE WESLEYAN TRADITION………………………………………………….. 67
Douglas M. Koskela

ORDINARY PRACTICE AS ECCLESIAL HOLINESS:
INTERSECTIONS OF WORK, SACRAMENT, AND LITURGY ……………………….. 78
Joshua R. Sweeden

EUCHARISTIC PARTICIPATION: HOLINESS AS THE RELATIONAL
SHAPE OF CHRISTIAN MORAL THEOLOGY……………………………………………. 93
Timothy R. Gaines

ECCLESIAL INSTITUTIONS AS MEANS OF GRACE: A WESLEYAN
VIEW OF THE HOLY SPIRIT AND THE HOLY CHURCH ………………………………… 107
James E. Pedlar

FROM CAUSALITY TO RELATIONALITY: TOWARD
A WESLEYAN THEOLOGY OF CONCURSUS …………………………………………… 122
Joshua D. Reichard

BLASPHEMING IN TONGUES: DEMONS, GLOSSOLALIA,
AND THE CHRISTIAN AND MISSIONARY ALLIANCE……………………………… 139
Christopher J. Richmann

BAPTISTS AND HOLINESS IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY:
A STORY RARELY TOLD ………………………………………………………. 156
Doug Weaver

EDWARD IRVING ON CHRIST’S SINFUL FLESH AND
SANCTIFYING SPIRIT: A WESLEYAN APPRAISAL …………………………….. 175
E. Jerome Van Kuiken

BOOK REVIEWS AND ADVERTISING ………………………………………………. 186

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