Christians generally recognize the necessity for the believer to live a holy, or sanctified, life. But they disagree on what sanctification is and how it can and should be achieved. This book brings together in one easy-to-understand volume five major Protestant views on sanctification. Each author describes and defends his own understanding of the doctrine. Each writes from a solid evangelical stance. In addition, the contributions respond to each other's views. This book addresses the practical questions such as: How does one achieve sanctification in this life? And how much success in sanctification is possible? etc. Weslyan View - Melvin Dieter Reformed View - Anthony Hoekema Pentecostal View - Stanley Horton Keswick View - J. Robertson McQuilkin Augustinian-Dispensational - John Walvoord
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Date:February 6, 2002
A well rounded reading upon different views of sanctification. Melvin Dieter came about very thorough and gave an incredible summarization on a theology through the eyes of John Wesley and early Methodism. A great deal of history is to be learned upon the reading of this particular book. As well as a complete overview of differing denominational outlooks. This book will be a great addition to the library of those with a thirst for the history of the church as well as a hunger for the early movements that seem to shape our present Christian position.