Holy Mission: The “Entire Sanctification” of the Triune God’s Creation By Philip R. Hamner and Andy Johnson

From the introduction:

How a Church conceives of the future (i.e., their eschatology) usually correlates with how they understand their mission. We say “usually” because it is clear that the Church of the Nazarene has often carried out missional activities in ways that have implied a commitment to a larger eschatological vision than is codified in Articles 15 and 16 and/or articulated in the unofficial eschatological speculations that are held by many in the church. The proposal we intend to make here is that the Church of the Nazarene ought to conceive of the future in terms of the Triune God “entirely  sanctifying” the created order and that the way we conceive and carry out our mission should reflect this  eschatological conviction.

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