acknowledged as one of the deeper thinkers of his era on subjects of doctrine
and Christian living. He felt only able to write this book after studying the
subject for over 25 years; previous to this he felt he was too immature and
unscriptural. Questions answered in this
book include –
sanctification something believers have, or something they experience?
is it obtained - is it done for us, by us, or both?
may you be assured that you have been sanctified?
there any difference between sanctification by the Father, Son, Spirit, faith
and the Word?
there any difference between sanctification and holiness?
sanctification relate to the soul, or the body, or both?
is the connection between regeneration and sanctification?
is the relationship between justification and sanctification?
sanctification precede or follow salvation, or is it an integral part of it?
are the above important and why do so many people disagree on the subject?
Doctrine of Sanctification is a dividing line between Roman Catholic and Celtic
notions of holiness on the one hand, and the reformed evangelical view on the
other. Clear and incisive, Pink is not sidetracked by the post-modern
interpretations of holiness invading the Christian church.
W. Pink (1886-1952) was born in England and converted in his 20’s. He was
called to a pastorate in Colorado until 1921, after which he decided
to concentrate on writing and speaking at conferences. The next year he started
a monthly magazine ‘Studies in the scriptures’ which he edited until his death.
Paperback, 218 pages.