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The Meaning of Sanctification


James L. Fleming 2005

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From the Preface: The Meaning of Sanctification begins with a discussion of the theory of gradual sanctification. Next, the historical and scriptural evidences that millions of Christians have believed in a second crisis of salvation are traced. This crisis was experienced universally in the apostolic church. Then follows a study of the implications of such an experience and how to obtain it.

In appendices at the end of the book have been included some studies not deemed desirable to include in the body of the book.—Charles Ewing Brown


  • the Theory of Gradual Sanctification
  • Indications of a Second Crisis
  • the Symbolism of the Old Testament
  • the Second Crisis as Cleansing
  • Sin as Evil Disposition
  • the Doctrine of Inherited Sin
  • the Baptism of the Holy Spirit
  • the Work of the Holy Spirit
  • Entire Sanctification as a Bundle of Possibilities
  • the Meaning of Holiness
  • How is Entire Sanctification Received?

Product Details

  • Title: The Meaning of Sanctification
  • Author: Charles E. Brown
  • Publisher: Warner Press
  • Publication Date: 1945
  • Pages: 226

About Charles E. Brown

Charles E. Brown was a lecturer in Christian Doctrine at Anderson College and Theological Seminary. He also authored Can We Talk with the Dead?, Christian Science Unmasked, and Reds and Religion.

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