Conversations on Holiness

Edited by: Keith M. Davenport
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Understanding holiness is important.
Living it out is even better.

When people hear competing--even contradicting--descriptions of holiness they sometimes become doubtful it can be a reality in their own lives. Like most divine things, holiness is difficult to describe and capture in one complete way.

This work embraces the richness of holiness by putting side-by-side various understandings of holiness and sanctification from a diverse group of Nazarene pastors, leaders, and scholars. These writers demonstrate the variety of ways this work of God is understood and lived out. The contributors are aged twenty-something to eighty-something and are a mixture of amateurs and experts in the field of theology.

Holiness is a dynamic reality that exists in tensions such as instant and process, now and later, and individual and social. One thing is certain, however: holiness is a gift from and a work of God that He originates, initiates, and sustains in the life of the believer.


Here one finds a breadth and depth of perspectives that enrich, rather than divide, our collective understanding of God's call to and provisions for a holy life.
-John C. Bowling
President of Olivet Nazarene University

Davenport has gathered not encyclopedic or dictionary definitions of holiness, but snapshots and testimonies of persons who continue to grow and live their faith.
-Brent D. Peterson
Associate Professor of Theology at Northwest Nazarene University
Author of Created to Worship: God's Invitation to Become Fully Human

This diverse global group clearly focuses on the doctrine and experience of Christian holiness. They bear witness to a holy and loving God at work transforming humanity in His image.
-Nina G. Gunter
General Superintendent

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