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Vendor: Abingdon Press
Publication Date: 2011
Christianity in its purest form involves putting Gods love into action. Wesleyans have traditionally understood this embodiment and expression of Gods love as holiness.
Four-session guide helps individuals and small groups understand and embrace the Wesleyan understanding of holiness
Guides individuals to match faith with action Provides Christian educators with a tool for teaching an important Wesleyan doctrine Shows individuals and churches how to express Christianity in ways that attract others to the faith and the life of the church
Chris Momany is the chaplain and director of church relations at Adrian College and a member of the Department of Philosophy/Religion. He is an ordained United Methodist minister and has been the pastor of several churches. He is a graduate of Adrian College, Princeton Theological Seminary, and Drew University.
Chris has been published in The Christian Century, The Wesleyan Theological Journal, The Asbury Theological Journal, Circuit Rider Magazine, The United Methodist Reporter, and other venues. His book on the Wesleyan ethic of love and justice bears the title, Doing Good: A Grace-Filled Approach to Holiness.
His current research explores the relationship between antebellum moral philosophy or philosophical ethics and the antislavery movement. For several years, Chris has combined his writing and teaching with an emphasis on the tragedy of human trafficking. Today it is estimated that 27 million people are held as
slaves throughout the world. Chris has been a national leader among college and church professionals in confronting this issue.