The Holiness family of churches has its roots in mid-nineteenth-century revivalism, particularly among Methodists. Holiness churches are Arminian, and many believe in divine healing. Their most pronounced "distinctive" is the belief in entire sanctification, also called "the second blessing." The Holiness movement, in turn, gave birth to Pentecostalism and to some of the Churches of God.
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American Holiness Movement
Essay on the history and theology of this family of churches and associations, with a brief glance at similar movements in Britain and Germany.
Frankfort Bible Holiness Church
Indiana. The Communique with worship and service information, events, prayers and other church information also links.
Adaptation of an article from the Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia. How the holiness movement affected two Mennonite denominations.
The Holiness Web Directory
A resource for the conservative Holiness movement, with links contributed by users.
The Impact of Holiness Preaching as Taught by John Wesley and the Outpouring of the Holy Ghost on Racism
Doctoral dissertation in theological studies traces interracial relations in the church, particularly in the American South, from John Wesley through the Azusa Street revival. Includes information on the origins and doctrine of many Holiness and Pentecostal bodies.
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