The Old Man


Read by Beverly Carradine

(4.1 stars; 5 reviews)

Beverly Carradine was a holiness preacher in the early part of the 20th century. The title, "The Old Man" refers to a remnant of sin that dwells in the soul, even after regeneration. A reference to the phrase, "The Old Man" in this context can be found in the King James Version of the Bible at Colossians 3, Ephesians 4 and Romans 6.

There is something, found symbolically in just about every horror story every told, that seems embedded in our souls--a Mr. Hyde that Dr. Jekyll cannot control. In the days of Beverly Carradine's popularity, many Christian leaders preached that regeneration alone eliminated The Old Man but Carradine insisted that only entire sanctification, the 2nd blessing, a gift from Jesus Christ, through the Holy Spirit, can wipe clean the slate and offer perfect freedom and a peace heretofore unknown.

Special thanks to LightByDesign.net, Northwest Nazarene University, and the Wesley Center online for their invaluable assistance in the production of these audiobooks.

Special thanks to Kevin Macleod for the theme music, "This Old Man."

And special thanks to Flickr.com for their Creative Commons collection of pictures. I used Grandfather and Grandson by cambodia4kidsorg for my coverart.


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Reviews

Great Book


(5 stars)

One of the best( if not the best) book on the Christian life I've ever listened to or read.

Old Man


(5 stars)

one of the greatest books i ever read

Very heavy text. Requires much knowledge to understand.


(0.5 stars)