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  • Submitted: Jan 10 2013 09:47 PM
  • Last Updated: Jan 10 2013 09:47 PM
  • File Size: 659K
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  • Author: Charles William Butler
  • theWord Version: 3.x - 4.x
  • Tab Name: Holiness, Wesley, Methodist

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Charles William Butler

theWord Version:
3.x - 4.x

Tab Name:
Holiness, Wesley, Methodist

Dr. C. W. Butler has had a long and fruitful life in promoting Biblical truth -- especially that of scriptural holiness. His virile mind, logical habits of thought, keen insights into truth, sensitivity of spirit and loyalty to the highest standards of God's Word have made him an outstanding leader in Arminian-Wesleyan circles in America.
I know of no man who has kept the passion for a sound theology and a soul-saving ministry in closer union across the years than has Dr. Butler. He has maintained a perennially fresh approach to the Word of God, to the Throne of Grace and to the souls of men. His sermons by voice and pen have been both intellectually stimulating and soulfully satisfying. He is eminently qualified to give us instruction on the "central idea of Christianity," namely, "true holiness." I heartily commend his Holiness Manifesto to all who would know God and his power through Christ, by the Holy Spirit, to cleanse from all sin.

Delbert R. Rose, Ph.D. Prof. of Biblical Theology Asbury Theological Seminary Wilmore, Kentucky

the very first scriptural reference is misleading. it asserts that 1 Thessalonians 4.3 says that the will of God is for us to be sanctified. while this is all well and good, obviously that isn't what the verse is saying. the verse is telling us to avoid fornication.

it quotes Romans 15.11 for seemingly no reason.

I stopped reading soon after. no matter that the ideas may be good, it keeps quoting things incorrectly. unreliable.

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