â€śSanctification is the work of Godâ€™s free grace, whereby we are renewed in the whole man after the image of God, and are enabled more and more to die unto sin, and live unto righteousness.â€ť This is the admirable, succinct definition of sanctification given in the Westminster Shorter Catechism (Q. & A. 35).
The truth of Godâ€™s definitive and progressive work of making us holy, beautifully summarized in the sentence above by the Westminster divines, is explained, illustrated, defended and applied in great length and depth in the ten chapters of this book. In this little volume, the orthodox teaching of sanctification is set forth over against the various heresies, especially antinomianism or antinomism. Here Scripture (and its exegesis), the Reformed confessions (both the Three Forms of Unity and the Westminster Standards) and church history are all brought to bear on the glorious subject of the believerâ€™s conformity to Christ in sanctification.
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