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A DEFENSE OF CHRISTIAN PERFECTION

 

 

OR

 

A Criticism of Dr. James Mudge’s

“Growth in Holiness Toward Perfection”

   

By

 

Daniel Steele

 

PREFACE.

I.

The Title and the Contents.

 

XII.

Sanctification up to Knowledge.

 

XXIII.

Entire Sanctification a Limit to Growth.

 

II.

A Fundamental of Methodism.

 

XIII.

Evidence of Entire Sanctification.

 

XXIV.

Irrelevant Proof Texts.

 

III.

Definition Defined.

 

XIV.

Experience Colored and Shaped by Theory.

 

XXV.

No Sins of Ignorance.

 

IV.

The Great Fallacy of the Book.

 

XV.

Discrediting the Witnesses.

 

XXVI.

The Absolute Right Unknown by the Masses.

 

V.

Definition of Holiness.

 

XVI.

All the Saved are Sanctified.

 

XXVII.

Subjective Purification.

 

VI.

Depravity Defined.

 

XVII.

Sanctified Parents of Depraved Children.

 

XXVIII.

The Author’s Experience.

 

VII.

Native Depravity and Law.

 

XVIII.

Exegesis.

 

XXIX.

Baptism With the Holy Ghost.

 

VIll.

Definition of Sin.

 

XIX.

Love and Perfect Love the Same.

 

XXX.

Sanctification Instantaneous and Entire.

 

IX.

Cleansing Means Empowering.

 

XX.

No Distinct Classes in the New Testament.

 

XXXI.

Genesis of the Doctrine of Entire Sanctification.

 

X.

Christian Perfection not in the Articles of Religion.

 

XXI.

A Kind of Second Blessing Needed by the Church.

 

XXXII.

A Cloudy Outlook.

 

XI.

Christian Perfection not Ideal.

 

XXII.

Retrocession a Prerequisite of Sanctification.

 

XXXIII.

A Sunny Outlook.

 

XXXIV.

A Hopeful Sign.