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Palmer, Phoebe Worrall

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Author(s): Faupel, D. William
Phoebe Worrall Palmer (1807–74), an author, editor, social activist, evangelist, and lay theologian, was undoubtedly the most influential Methodist woman of the 19th century (Methodism). She is best known for her “Tuesday Meetings,” “altar theology,” and defense of women’s right to preach the gospel. For over a decade she acted as managing editor of the Guide to Holiness, whose circulation at the time of her death rivaled that of the most widely read Methodist periodicals. She wrote 18 books consisting of theology, poetry, and biography. During her ev…

Holiness Movements

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Author(s): Cochlovius, Joachim | Faupel, D. William
[German Version] I. Europe – II. North America I. Europe The Christian's desire for personal holiness and victory over sin is characteristic of mature faith (John 14:23; 1 Thess 4:3). However, the interpretation and practice of holiness differs widely. While the New Testament understands the process of “becoming holy” as God's activity in Christians (John 17:17; Eph 5:25ff.; 1 Thess 5:23), since the Reformation the theological and practical interest in holiness has shifted increasingly to focus on human…