Tag: sanctification

John Wesley’s “Two General Parts” of Salvation: Justification and Sanctification

Justification has been described as the “doorway to sanctification” for John Wesley.

Spiritual Formation and the Deeper Life: Partnering with Grace

https://www.buzzsprout.com/1305259/5301565-spiritual-formation-and-the-deeper-life-part-1.js?container_id=buzzsprout-player-5301565&player=small In this episode, Johnathan Arnold and Michael Avery discuss holiness, spiritual formation, and the deeper life. Highlights: "Spiritual formation is very simply a process of...

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.

A Biblical-Theological Review of Michael Allen’s Sanctification, Part 3: Chapter 2:...

Chapter 2 critiques classic, modern, and confessional definitions of divine holiness. Classical theologians equate divine holiness with righteousness, justice, or moral purity, e.g., Aquinas,...

A Biblical-Theological Review of Michael Allen’s Sanctification, Part 2: Chapter 1:...

In Chapter One, Allen outlines and argues for his four-part approach to sanctification. He first asserts that the Bible will serve as the source of...

A Biblical-Theological Review of Michael Allen’s Sanctification, Part 1

Michael Allen’s Sanctification (Zondervan, 2017) caught my attention this Spring, particularly his treatment of sanctification through the prism of Dogmatics. After a brief characterization of the book here,...