God's Holiness and Humanity's Self-Esteem

Volume
Volume 16
Issue
Fall 1988
Title
God's Holiness and Humanity's Self-Esteem
Abstract

The postulate that the holiness of God has a direct bearing on the self-esteem needs of human beings is integratively explored. God'€™s holiness is defined and elucidated in relation to both Old and New Testament believers. The process by which believers partake of his holiness is tied to his dwelling among them. Self-esteem is defined from a psychological perspective. Both the basic components and specific facilitators of human self-esteem are identified and are shown to be satisfied by partaking of his holiness.

Author
Dr. W.G., III. Britt
Pages
213 - 221
Price
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