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Encyclopedia > J. Kenneth Grider

J. Kenneth Grider is a 20th century For other uses of the term Christian, see Christian (disambiguation). Christianity is an Abrahamic religion based on the life, teachings, death by crucifixion, and resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth as described in the New Testament. Although Christians are monotheistic, the one God is thought, by most Christians, to exist in... Christian theologian primarily associated with the followers of John Wesley John Wesley was an 18th century preacher and the founder of the Methodist denomination of Protestant Christianity. He was born at Epworth, England (23 miles north-west of Lincoln) June 28, 1703, and died in London March 2, 1791. Youth The Wesleys were of ancient Saxon lineage, the... John Wesley who are part of the The holiness movement is composed of people who believe and propagate the belief that the carnal nature/ original sin of the human can be cleansed through faith in the Holy Spirit. This assuming that the person has already had his or her sins forgiven through faith in Jesus. The benefits... Holiness movement. A member of the The Church of the Nazarene is a denomination of Protestant Christianity, within the broad tradition of Methodism. History The church was begun in October of 1895 in Los Angeles, California by a group of people who desired a church that welcomed an American holiness emphasis. They invited a recently unemployed... Church of the Nazarene, his "magnum opus" is the 1994 book A Wesleyan-Holiness Theology (ISBN 0834115123). Long active in The Methodist movement is a group of denominations of Protestant Christianity. The Wesleyan revival The Methodist revival originated in England. It was started by John Wesley, his younger brother Charles and George Whitefield as a movement within the Church of England in the 18th century, focused on Bible study, and... Wesleyan circles, he also served as a translator of the The New International Version (NIV) is an English translation of the Christian Bible. Translation The complete translation was first published in 1978 and revised in 1984. The translation work was done under the auspices of the International Bible Society and Zondervan Publishing House. The translation took more than ten years... New International Version (NIV) of the Holy Bible.

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  • The Governmental view of the atonement (also known as the moral government theory) is a doctrine in Christian theology related to the meaning and effect of the death of Jesus Christ and has been traditionally taught in Arminian circles. Drawing primarily from the works of Jacobus Arminius and Hugo Grotius... Atonement (Governmental view)



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