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Perfecting grace : holiness, human being, and the sciences

Author: Mark H Mann
Publisher: New York : T & T Clark, ©2006.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Identifies the anthropological presuppositions of the holiness tradition and explores the ways they have led to particular assertions regarding the nature of Christian holiness as that doctrine is  Read more...

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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Mark H Mann
ISBN: 0567025535 9780567025531
OCLC Number: 70839695
Description: x, 196 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Holiness and anthropology in the Holiness tradition --
Holiness in John Wesley's thought --
Phoebe Palmer's revivalist altar theology --
Daniel Steele and the theology of the Holiness movement --
Mildred Bangs Wynkoop's neo-Wesleyan critique of Holiness theology --
Anthropological considerations --
Wynkoop's relational model --
Steele's eradicationist anthropology --
Palmer's rationalism --
Wesley and the habituation of the affections --
Core anthropological assumptions --
A neuroscientific perspective on the nature of human being --
The curious case of Phineas Gage --
The anatomy and physiology of the human brain --
Tthe brain and the will : reason, emotion, and decision making --
The neurology of religious experience and practice --
Implications for an anthropology and theology of holiness --
A sociological perspective on the nature of human being --
The social construction of reality --
Religion and the construction of reality --
Society, religion, and persons --
Sociology, reductionism, and human transcendence --
Implications for an anthropology and theology of holiness --
A psychological perspective on the nature of human being --
Psychological models in the thought of Freud --
Erikson and Freud --
Human development and the life cycle --
The stages of the life cycle --
Religion and ritual through the life cycle --
Implications for an anthropology and theology of holiness --
Weaving things together : a theological anthropology in light of the sciences --
The deficiency of traditional Holiness models --
Anthropological models in the holiness tradition --
The problematic nature of traditional Holiness models --
Challenges to a theology of holiness --
Reductionistic materialism and determinism --
Complexity and ambiguity --
A constructive model of human being in light of sciences --
Human being as a multidimensional unity --
Human being as an individual center of relatedness --
Human being as a structured dynamism --
Human being as embedded freedom --
Conclusion --
Responsibility and grace : anthropological foundations for an interpretation of holiness --
Called unto holiness : holiness and grace in the Wesleyan-holiness tradition --
Holiness of heart and the image of God --
The disoriented image : original sin, estrangement, and the fall --
The Wesleyan-holiness account of sin --
Erikson and the development of the moral image --
Excursus : Erikson and the Irenaean account of original sin --
Berger and the social nature of the moral image --
The disoriented image, ambiguity, and human estrangement --
Reconciliation : the reordering of the image of God --
Christian holiness and the fullness of being human --
Christian perfection and the symbols of perfection --
Revalorizing traditional symbols of perfection --
Resources for new symbols of perfection : developmental theory --
Resources for new symbols of perfection : social theory --
Sanctification and the means of grace --
Assurance and the means of discernment --
Additional issues for consideration.
Responsibility: Mark H. Mann.
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