Tag: entire sanctification

Holiness Metaphors: Eradication, Cleansing, and the Removal of a Root or...

https://www.buzzsprout.com/1305259/9086882-holiness-metaphors-eradication-cleansing-and-the-removal-of-a-root-or-bent.js?container_id=buzzsprout-player-9086882&player=small In this episode, Johnathan Arnold and David Fry discuss several common metaphors for entire sanctification: eradication, cleansing or purification, the removal of the root...

Should We Say “Sanctified” When We Mean “Entirely Sanctified”?

To use “sanctified” to specifically mean “entirely sanctified” is to use the word in a way that the Bible does not.

Walking in the Light and the “What-If’s” of Entire Sanctification

Toward the end of the semester in a class on the doctrine of holiness, I asked my students to anonymously submit any questions they...

Can a Christian Be Set Free From Self-Centeredness?

“All we like sheep have gone astray; we have turned every one to his own way; and the LORD hath laid on him the...

Key Passages That Teach the Concept of Entire Sanctification

When we preach and teach about holiness, we must be sure to explain our terms and use the contextually correct verses to support our...

Preaching Entire Sanctification in its Biblical Context

A word-centered, contextually-informed, exegesis-driven consideration of Paul’s doctrine of sanctification leads to the conclusion that Paul expects God to sanctify believers “entirely,” that is, sanctify every part of them—spirit, soul, and body, in this life.

Key Texts on Entire Sanctification

There are several excellent texts for preaching “entire sanctification.” Perhaps it will help if I begin with the GBS Statement of Faith on entire...