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Sunday School: Higher Life Theology and Biblical Sanctification (Pt. 15)

October 21, 2018 Speaker: John Bell Series: Sunday School: Higher Life Theology and Biblical Sanctification

  1. Disjunction. It creates two categories of Christians (this is its primary error).
  2. A form of perfectionism. It portrays a shallow and incomplete view of sin in the Christian life.
  3. A form of quietism. It emphasizes passivity, not activity.
  4. A form of Pelagianism. It portrays the Christian’s free will as autonomously starting and stopping sanctification.
  1. Misreading. It does not interpret and apply the Bible accurately.
  2. False Assurance. It assures spurious “Christians” they are saved.
  3. Methodology. It uses superficial formulas for instantaneous sanctification.
  4. Addiction. It fosters dependency on experiences at special holiness meetings.
  5. Abuse. It frustrates and disillusions the have-nots.
  6. Spin. It misinterprets personal experiences.