Principles of Sanctification
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Though Charles Finney was immensely successful in his evangelism and revival ministry, he also saw the long-standing neglect of holiness in the life of the church. Setting himself to the task of correcting this problem, he both lectured and wrote on the doctrine of sanctification. Principles of Sanctification is an expanded, edited and updated edition of Finney's Views of Sanctification first published in 1840. Compiler and editor L. G. Parkhurst has added the "Convention on Sanctification" which appeared in The Oberlin Evangelist, and also articles by two professors who worked with Finney at Oberlin College, James H. Fairchild and Henry Knowles. Together they present a clear and challenging message on what it means to live in a proper relationship with the Trinity.
Studies on biblical sanctification and its distinction from perfectionism.
Charles G. Finney (1792-1875) is recognized as the most effective evangelist of the 19th century. It is estimated that more than half a million people were converted to Christ through his evangelistic ministry. After becoming a lawyer he carefully explored the claims of Christ and was powerfully converted in 1821. An avid student of the Bible, he soon engaged in preaching and teaching throughout many eastern and southern states. The result was a revival which altered the course of American history, it is estimated that more than half a million people were converted to Christ through his evangelistic ministry. In 1835 he accepted a call to Oberlin College as professor of theology, serving as president from 1851-1875.-Editorial Review.