Bring up the topic of Christian holiness today and you will get many differing definitions. Bring up the subject of “separation” and you may be either glibly dismissed or violently opposed. Sometimes seen as narrow, bigoted, non-progressive, and even impractical, separation is often disdainfully called “legalism.” But a scriptural study of holiness reveals that separation is an integral part of it and originates from God himself. While it is a command rather than an option for the Christian, separation unto holiness need not be seen in a strictly negative light.
Dr. Moritz takes a close-up look at various kinds of separation, the separatist himself, and the definitions vital to understanding it to bring holy living into the realm of every Christian’s understanding.
The Logos edition of this volume from Bob Jones University is fully searchable and easily accessible. Scripture passages are linked directly to your preferred translation, and important theological concepts are linked to dictionaries, encyclopedias, and the wealth of resources in your digital library.
Fred Moritz has served as a pastor and Bible professor in Illinois and Indiana. He is currently executive director of Baptist World Mission in Decatur, Alabama. Dr. Moritz holds degrees from Pillsbury Baptist College, Central Baptist Seminary, and Bob Jones University, and has served on the adjunct faculty of Calvary Baptist Seminary.