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Holiness Today is the denominational magazine for the Church of the Nazarene and features stories of God at work in the world.

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The Grace of God in Regenerating Those Dead in Sin

Regeneration is an act of God who, by grace, gives new life to those who are dead in sin. The worldwide body of faith identified as the Church of the Nazarene accepts that God graciously livens those who have been spiritually dead in

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Holy Formation

James K.A. Smith opens his wonderful and ground-breaking book on worship and formation, Desiring the Kingdom, by inviting readers to imagine that alien anthropologists from Mars come to earth to study every aspect of humanity.

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Transformation of a Family Tree

My great grandfather was a sharecropper in Southeastern Alabama, near the Georgia state line. He rented a small piece of land to work, and in return, he would give a portion of his crop to the landowner at the end of each year.

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Sanctification and Original Sin

Reinhold Niebuhr once stated that original sin “is the only empirically verifiable doctrine of the Christian faith.”By this he meant that we only need to look at human history to believe in the reality of original sin.

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Help for the Journey

Discipleship is a lifelong journey. Thankfully, God provides help for us along the way. The sacraments are specially ordained means of grace that serve as resources for enduring and victorious Christian living.

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Established in Christ

The term sanctification is not a distinct word in the Greek New Testament. The meaning of sanctification, expressed by a number of words, is related to holiness. The adjective “holy” refers primarily to God.

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A Community Transformed by Grace: Sanctifying Grace in the Old Testament

Over recent years, an intriguing phrase on social media relationship updates has caught my attention: It’s complicated! I’ve not known exactly how to interpret this ambiguous phrase.

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