What is Christian Perfection? Why are so many professing Christians afraid of the doctrine? Why is the idea so vehemently resisted? These answers and more are found in Samuel Chadwick's The Call to Christian Perfection; Christian Perfection, says Chadwick, is not infallibility. And neither is it encompassed in the dissolution of our physical existence. Is moral perfection possible in this life? Chadwick's presentation to the affirmative is contained in this audiobook. Based on John Wesley's teachings on entire sanctification, The Call to Christian Perfection examines the Biblical basis of the doctrine. The reality of entire sanctification is only realized through crises in which the soul cries out to be conformed to the image of Christ, and the experience is as much a crises as conversion itself. Without holiness, says the Scriptures, no man shall see the Lord. This being so, it is vitally important that we rightly and Biblically define holiness. To the shame of the professing church, much of it is content in their less than perfect state, actually defending their spots and wrinkles, casting the blame for their worldly imperfection upon their domineering flesh, or even on God Himself.
It is a tragedy when "holiness" people are not holy people.
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