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The Sacramental Journey of the Salvation Army: A Study of Holiness Foundations by R. David Rightmire

The Sacramental Journey of the Salvation Army: A Study of Holiness Foundations

by R. David Rightmire

328 pages
A history of Salvation Army sacramental theology and practice.

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Category: Religion:Christianity
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About the Book
Through his outstanding scholarship, R. David Rightmire reveals the theology, context and controversy surrounding William Booth’s 1883 decision to forgo traditional Christian sacramental practices within his Salvation Army.

This new, updated volume offers a full picture of Booth’s decision: investigating its theological roots, taking into account its practical dimensions, and exploring its effects within The Salvation Army up to the present day.

 

 

About the Author
R. David Rightmire R. David Rightmire (Ph.D., Marquette University) is a professor of biblical and theological studies at Asbury University. In addition to a number of articles and reviews, his published books include Sacraments and The Salvation Army (1990), Salvationist Samurai (1997), and Sanctified Sanity (Revised 2014).

 

 

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