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Preface

Nearly twenty years ago I was asked by the Department of Education of the Church of the Nazarene, of which Dr. J. B. Chapman was then chairman, to prepare a work on Systematic Theology for use in the Course of Study for Licensed Ministers. I immediately set myself to the task but my range of vision was too narrow. I was constantly discovering new truth and each new discovery demanded a place in the plan of the work. Now after nearly twenty years of constant study and teaching, I am presenting to the church the result of these efforts in a work entitled Christian Theology. It is offered with a prayer that it may find at least some small place in the preparation of young men and women who look forward to the work of the ministry. I have no thought of attempting any new contribution to modern theological science. My purpose and aim has been to review the field of theology in as simple a manner as possible for the use of those who, entering the ministry, desire to be informed concerning the great doctrines of the church

Table of Contents

Volume 1

PREFACE
INTRODUCTION

PART I. INTRODUCTION: THE PROVINCE OF THEOLOGY CHRISTIAN THEOLOGY
I. The Idea and Relations of Theology
II. The Sources of Theology
III. Systems and Methods
IV. Theology in the Church
V. The Christian Religion
VI. The Christian Revelation
VII. The Inspiration of the Scriptures
VIII. The Canon
PART II. THE DOCTRINE OF THE FATHER
IX. The Existence and Nature of God
X. The Divine Names and Predicates
XI. God as Absolute Reality
XII. God as Infinite Efficiency
XIII. God as Perfect Personality
XIV. The Attributes of God
XV. The Trinity (unedited)
XVI. Cosmology (unedited)

Volume 2

PART II. THE DOCTRINE OF THE FATHER (Continued)
XVII. Anthropology
XVIII. Hamartiology
XIX. Original Sin or Inherited Depravity
PART III. THE DOCTRINE OF THE SON
XX. Christology
XXI. The Person of Christ
XXII. The Estates and Offices of Christ
XXIII. The Atonement: Its Biblical Basis and History
XXIV. The Atonement: Its Nature and Extent
PART IV. THE DOCTRINE OF THE HOLY SPIRIT
XXV. The Person and Work of the Holy Spirit
XXVI. The Preliminary States of Grace (unedited)
XXVII. Christian Righteousness (unedited)
XXVIII. Christian Sonship (unedited)
XXIX. Christian Perfection or Entire Sanctification

Volume 3

PART IV. THE DOCTRINE OF THE HOLY SPIRIT (Continued)
XXX. Christian Ethics or the Life of Holiness
PART V. THE DOCTRINE OF THE CHURCH
XXXI. The Church: Its Organization and Ministry
XXXII. The Church: Its Worship and Sacraments
PART VI. THE DOCTRINE OF LAST THINGS
XXXIII. Eschatology or the Doctrine of Last Things
XXXIV. The Second Advent
XXXV. The Resurrection and the Judgment (unedited)
XXXVI. The Final Consummation (unedited)
General Bibliography (unedited)

Henry Orton Wiley was born on November15, 1877 to John and Alice Wiley in the Marquette area of Nebraska. Wiley attended school at the Pine Knot School in Marquette, grammar school in Red Bluff CA, and high school in Medford Or where he graduated in 1895. In 1898, Wiley graduated from Oregon State Normal School and later was certified by the Oregon State Board of Pharmacy. Wiley continued his education, earning a three year course at Pacific Theological Seminary (1908); a B.A from the University of the Pacific (1910), a B.S.T. from Pacific Theological Seminary (1910), M.S.T. from Berkeley (1917), doctor of Divinity from Pasadena College (1925), and the doctor of sacred theology from Pacific School of Religion (1929).

At the age of five, Wiley was converted in a school-house revival meeting being lead by his grandfather, Rev. Ward. ( Look up his full name.)In 1902, The Berkeley Church of the Nazarene held a revival with Rev. C.W. Ruth. It was during this revival that Wiley was sanctified wholly. For three years, Wiley served as a circuit rider for the Gridley and Esparto circuits with the United Brethren Church. From 1905-1909, after changing his membership to the Nazarene Church, Wiley pastured the Berkeley Church of the Nazarene. At the 1906 Los Angeles District Assembly, Wiley was ordained by Dr. P.F. Bresee.

Wiley moved from serving the church as a pastor to working in higher education. Deets Pacific Bible College, currently Point Loma Nazarene University, employed Wiley as dean under Dr. P.F. Bresee, vice-president under Dr. E. P. Ellyson and then as president from 1913-1916. From 1916-1926, Wiley led Northwest Nazarene College as president. Returning to Pasadena, Wiley served two additional terms as president ( 1926-1928 and 1933-1948). From 1928-1940 Wiley served as Executive Secretary of the Board of Education. For eight years, Wiley edited the Herald of Holiness ( 1928-1936). 1
1. Ivan A. Beals, Heralding Scriptural Holiness (Kansas City, Missouri: Nazarene Publishing House, 1987), p 47-60.



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