Die relevansie van die etiek van die heiligheidsbeweging : 'n teologies-etiese analise en beoordeling
Myburgh, Daniel Andries
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The origin of the holinessmovement can be found in the testimony and ministry of the church during the first centuries The holinessteaching is based upon the entire New Testament. The emphasis on a life of separation and dedication is researched in this study. In the first place the development and identity of holiness theology is reseached. An assessment is made of the grounding of holiness theology on the Bible as an ethical principle, is assessed. It is concluded that the doctrine of holiness Scriptural. The history of the holiness movement is researched. The holiness movement became a strong movement in the church during the 18th and 19th centuries. a Holiness experience, grounded on the need to be victorious and dedicated, is also researched. The contribution of holiness theologians to establish the holiness theology is researched. The holiness theology is grounded on a definite experience which was and still is the emphasis of the holiness message. New thinking came into the holiness movement from 1960 and this has been researched. The teaching of the holiness theologians involved has been assessed. These assessments were used to show that they contribute towards keeping the holiness movement relevant in a postmodernistic society.
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