Grant, F.W. – Christian Holiness

This is an eight chapter work on holiness, looking at antinomianism, the roots of holiness, and other aspects of it.

Christian Holiness.

By F. W. Grant.

This is an eight chapter work on holiness, looking at antinomianism, the roots of holiness, and other aspects of it.

Contents

Introduction
Chapter 1. — Antinomianism : where is it?
Chapter 2. — Holiness Rooted in a True Atonement
Chapter 3. — Justification and Acceptance in Christ
Chapter 4. — Is There Such a Thing as Being Born Again?
Chapter 5. — Christian Security and its Moral Results
Chapter 6. — Sin in the Believer
Chapter 7. — God’s History of His People
Chapter 8. — The Moral Application for the Christian

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Hebrews 11:6 But without faith it is impossible to please him: for he that cometh to God must believe that he is, and that he is a rewarder of them that diligently seek him.

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