Author(s)H. Ray Dunning
Grace, Faith, and Holiness examines the doctrines of God, humankind, salvation, and sanctification. H. Ray Dunning also examines the sources of theology as well as the nature and scope of the theological task.
On the thirtieth anniversary of the publication of the seminal Wesleyan systematic theology, Grace, Faith, and Holiness, H. Ray Dunning returns to criticize, improve, and expand on his own words. These 30th Anniversary Annotations demonstrate that Dunning is a lifelong learner who allows himself to be shaped by the Christian thought of those who came after him. He synthesizes old ideas with new in these few short chapters that will delight and edify theologians and scholars in the Wesleyan-Holiness tradition.
This set includes the original textbook and the booklet of 30th anniversary annotations.