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The sanctification connection

Keith A. Kettenring

The sanctification connection

an exploration of human participation in spiritual growth

by Keith A. Kettenring

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Published by University Press of America in Lanham, Md .
Written in English

  • Sanctification -- Christianity,
  • Motivation (Psychology) -- Religious aspects -- Christianity

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [137]-147) and indexes.

    StatementKeith Kettenring.
    LC ClassificationsBT765 .K48 2008
    The Physical Object
    Pagination161 p. ;
    Number of Pages161
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23641564M
    ISBN 100761837388
    ISBN 109780761837381
    LC Control Number2007933325

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in justification without deliverance from the power of sin in regeneration and liberation from the practice of sin in sanctification. The sanctification mentioned in this verse is a once-for-ever separation of believers unto God. It is a work God performs, an intricate part of our salvation and our connection with Christ (Hebrews ).

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The Mortification of Sin by John Owen Truly an amazing book. John Owen never dissapoints. In this chapter, in clarifying the connection between justification and sanctification, we shall be concerned only with present justification.

The question of the relation between sanctification and final justification, or final salvation, will be dealt with later on. The first step must be to scrutinize Wesley's view of atonement. The Reformed View of Sanctification Reformed theology owes a special debt to the principles of biblical exposition recovered for the church at the time of the Reformation.

It is particularly associated with the work of John Calvin, but was later developed by such seventeenth-century Puritans as John Owen and Thomas Goodwin (in England), and. Toward the end of his book Peterson provides a helpful summary of the meaning of biblical sanctification terminology: Sanctification “is primarily another way of describing what it means to be converted or brought to God in Christ and kept in that relationship.”48 This definition captures the two aspects of sanctification that we have seen.

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Too many believers today avoid the Old Testament in general, and books like Leviticus in particular. That is a big mistake. This is a vitally important book and one which directly impacts our New Testament faith. As Allen Ross remarks, “It must be recognised that Leviticus was and is one of the most important books of the Old Testament.

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