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Summary

"Our inquiry relates to the subjective aspects of the question - that is, to the emotions and estimates of the subject of the two experiences [sanctification / justification]. For we freely admit that justification, when viewed objectively in its relation to the Divine law and to future destiny, is the greater work, in asmuch as it changes the relation of the soul to the moral government of God, ... But we are not discussiing this view of the subject. We are inquiring into the inward experiences of the subjects of these operations of the Holy Spirit."

Series

New Series;18

Publication Date

November 2011

Keywords

Holy, John, justification, sanctification, Spirit, Wesley

Comments

Early 19th century Methodist Episcopal tract, on issues ranging from doctrine to theology. Old URL: http://ecommons.asburyseminary.edu/xmlui/handle/10910/18276

Language

English

The Glory That Excelleth

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