Point Loma Press
Point Loma Press serves as the academic publishing concern for PLNU. Publications support the scholarly work of the faculty and provide articulation of Wesleyan themes and trajectories, and they may include coverage of important university-sponsored conferences, symposia and events.
The Wise Shepherd: Biblical and Theological Perspectives for the Pastoral Task edited by Brad Kelle.
Monograph Series, Number Six: $10.00
A collection of essays written by faculty members of Point Loma Nazarene University exploring the ways the various academic disciplines can contribute to the pastoral task.
Ron Benefiel, President of Nazarene Theological Seminary, says: This is a great volume for pastors!
Timely and much needed! The Wise Shepherd successfully integrates the challenges of pastoral ministry with the insight of specialists in the academic disciplines of theology and biblical studies. I highly recommend this volume, especially to pastors and other ministers in the Wesleyan/Holiness tradition.
Letter from General Superintendent Emeritus William M. Greathouse—
“This volume, All Things Necessary, Lodahl monograph, particularly, clearly defines our Nazarene understanding of Biblical authority in a manner that Dr. H. Orton Wiley would heartily endorse. It is a word for the Church to heed in this day of doctrinal confusion, so reminiscent of the 1920s when Dr. Wiley steered us safely through the same swirling waters."
“Each of these volumes, It’s All About Grace: Wesleyan Essays in Honor of Herbert L. Prince, The Wesleyan Way, Holiness in the 21st Century, and All Things Necessary to Our Salvation, deserves a thorough review. They are all brilliant, faithful to Scripture, and Wesleyan to the core. In my opinion Point Loma’s religion and philosophy professors are doing the most mature theological work in the Church today. I am delighted to see “Holiness Today” publishing chapters of Dr. Powell’s Holiness in the 21st Century for our people to read. The sub-title of this book—Call, Consecration, Obedience Perfected in Love—encapsulates the essence of Christian holiness that Powell is beautifully spelling out.