First published in 1875, this text undertakes a comprehensive analysis of Romans, centered on the question posed in the title: “is sanctification perfect in earthly life?” Govett gives the majority of focus to Romans 6 through 8, where he examines such themes as the connection of justification and sanctification, deliverance from the Law, the inward struggle of the old man and the new, and more.
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Robert Govett (1813–1901) was a British theologian and pastor. Educated at Oxford, and ordained into the Church of England in 1837, he wrote many books and brochures including The Life, Walk, and Triumph of Faith.