Daniel Steele was the first great Bible scholar and theologian of the Holiness movement. He was professor of theology at Boston University and, later, became the first president of Syracuse University, then Boston University, becoming a colleague of Borden Parker Bowne, and a writer of significant essays on the Wesleyan theology of sanctification.
His writings are well worth reading, in large part because of their emphasis on Biblical interpretation. Steele was an able defender of the teachings of Wesley and Fletcher.
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A Short Autobiography of Daniel Steele
I was born into this world in Windham, N. Y., October 5, 1824; into the kingdom of God in Wilbraham Mass., in the spring of 1842. I could never write the day of my spiritual birth, so gradually did the light dawn upon me and so lightly was the seal of my justification impressed upon my consciousness. This was a source of great trial and seasons of ...read
Love Enthroned - Table of Contents
Another book on the higher Christian life! Why should it be written? For the same reason that I should preach another Gospel sermon. Why should you read it? For the same reason that you should hear again "the old, old story of Jesus and His love." How strange it is that every one who receives full salvation gets hold of a pen as soon as he can, and ...read