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The Asbury herald.

Author: Asbury Theological Seminary.
Publisher: Wilmore, KY : Asbury Theological Seminary, 1985-2009.
Edition/Format:   Journal, magazine : Periodical : English
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Asbury Seminary was founded in 1923 "to prepare and send forth a well-trained, sanctified, Spirit-filled, evangelistic ministry" to spread scriptural holiness around the world. Over eighty years later, Asbury has continued to hold to our intended goal upon which we were founded and provide holistic ministerial preparation as an interdenominational institution. Committed to a vital evangelical Christian faith, Asbury  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Periodicals
Material Type: Periodical
Document Type: Journal / Magazine / Newspaper
All Authors / Contributors: Asbury Theological Seminary.
OCLC Number: 15732047
Description: v. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Other Titles: Herald

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Asbury Seminary was founded in 1923 "to prepare and send forth a well-trained, sanctified, Spirit-filled, evangelistic ministry" to spread scriptural holiness around the world. Over eighty years later, Asbury has continued to hold to our intended goal upon which we were founded and provide holistic ministerial preparation as an interdenominational institution. Committed to a vital evangelical Christian faith, Asbury Seminary is rooted in the Wesleyan-Arminian theological tradition which stresses the free grace of God in two ways: First, the grace of God is free in all - not dependent on merit nor on works. Second, the grace of God is free for all - all may be saved. Christ died for the whole world. People are lost, then, not because they cannot be saved, but because they will not be saved. The Christian faith rests on the personal self-revelation of God in Jesus Christ. Therefore, the Asbury Seminary philosophy of education begins with the Christian faith which centers in God, as revealed inthe person of the Lord Jesus Christ and as witnessed in the Holy Scriptures by the Holy Spirit. - Publisher.

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