This book is a great look at what the Bible says about the doctrine of entire sanctification, perfect love, and/or second blessing holiness. Whether you believe in it or reject it, this book will doubtless encourage or challenge you.
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The Table of Contents are as follows:
Chapter 1: WHAT CHRIST SAID ABOUT HOLINESS
Chapter 2: WHAT PAUL SAID ABOUT HOLINESS
Chapter 3: WHAT PAUL SAID ABOUT HOLINESS (Continued)
Chapter 4: WHAT PAUL SAID ABOUT HOLINESS (Continued)
Chapter 5: WHAT PAUL SAID ABOUT HOLINESS (Concluded)
Chapter 6: WHAT PETER SAID ABOUT HOLINESS
Chapter 7: WHAT JAMES AND JOHN SAID ABOUT HOLINESS
Chapter 8: WHAT HOLINESS IS
Chapter 9: IT BRINGS POWER
Chapter 10: HOLINESS REJECTED MAKES STRANGE BEDFELLOWS
Chapter 11: HOLINESS REJECTED PRODUCES A WORLDLY AND BARREN MINISTRY
Chapter 12: HOLINESS REJECTED PRODUCES A GODLESS CHRISTIANITY
Chapter 13: THE HEAVENLY VISION
About the author:
Aaron Merritt Hills (1848-1935) was an American Methodist. Raised in a Christian home, he was saved at a revival meeting at the age of eleven. After high school, he attended Oberlin College, where he became acquainted with Charles Finney.
After college, he pastored two churches over the course of sixteen years, and then entered into evangelistic work. At some point in his life, he found that he lined up more closely with the Nazarene church, and so threw his lot in with them. After a successful career (if it may be called thus) as an evangelist, he accepted the position of president at Texas Holiness University (now Peniel College).
Throughout his life, Hills wrote many great books, and contributed much to the Kingdom of God. His legacy has long survived him, and doubtless he will be remembered for generations to come.