Chadwick Call to Christian Perfection

Chadwick – The Call To Christian Perfection

John Wesley’s teaching on Christian perfection is a foundational work in Methodism. The principle is that it is possible for a Christian to arrive at “perfection” (i.e. no sin). Chadwick’s work is a supporting work to Wesley’s.

The Call To Christian Perfection

The Call To Christian Perfection
By Samuel Chadwick 1943

John Wesley’s teaching on Christian perfection is a foundational work in Methodism. The principle is that it is possible for a Christian to arrive at “perfection” (i.e. no sin). Chadwick’s work is a supporting work to Wesley’s.

“The soul’s safety is in its heat. Truth without enthusiasm, morality without emotion, ritual without soul, make for a Church without power. Destitute of the Fire of God, nothing else counts; possessing Fire, nothing else matters.”

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Contents of Chadwick’s The Call To Christian Perfection

1. The Accent Of Wesley’s Teaching
2. The Doctrine Of Christian Perfection
3. What Christian Perfection Implies
4. The Essential Element In Christian Perfection
5. Christian Perfection As Interpreted By John Wesley
6. Christian Perfection In Relation To Sins And Mistakes
7. Christian Perfection And Temptation
8. Christian Perfection: A Second Blessing
9. Do The Scriptures Teach A Second Blessing?
10. Is Christian Perfection Attainable?
11. The Negations Of Christian Perfection
12. Difficulties About Christian Perfection
13. The Prayer For Christian Perfection

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