Item description for The Stages of Sanctification: The Process of Sanctification Through Progressive Stages of Maturity by Frederick J. Hutchison...
The book defines seven stages of spiritual maturity for Christians. It explains how the process of sanctification works in each stage and involves the power of the cross and the resurrection to defeat the power of sin and bring new life. Each stage has special challenges, opportunities, and dangers.
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Studio: Xlibris Corporation
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1.75" Width: 5.75" Height: 8.75" Weight: 0.82 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2001
Publisher Xlibris Corporation
ISBN 0738842923 ISBN13 9780738842929
Availability 112 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 21, 2016 04:21.
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More About Frederick J. Hutchison
Hutchison is a Christian layman and has had a variety of opportunities to teach ranging from pulpit invitations to banquet speaker, small group leader, slide show presenter, and author and director of short dramas and comedies. He writes poetry and essays on science, theology, philosophy, history, and psychology. He is retired from being a technical specialist in governmental accounting and auditing. He wrote technical literature, did research, taught classes, prepared training seminars, and did quality review.
Reviews - What do customers think about The Stages of Sanctification?
Cuts Right to the Heart May 14, 2006
I'm currently about 2/3 of the way through this book and it's a winner. I wish every evangelical Christian in America could get the message of this book. Bro. Hutchison refers to the church in America as being like a lake that forms on a Utah salt flat after a rain - it's a mile wide and an inch deep. How true!
You might be disturbed by some of what you read if you are not ready to die to your self and embrace the cross of Christ. There is no justifying of your sin in this book.
If you're interested in the subject, get the book! It sounds like it would be difficult or boring to read, but it is neither. It is very quick moving up next to the writings of the old-time writers that wrote about sanctification. It even has occasional moments of humor. Warning, though - being a print-on-demand book, it tends to fall apart and it is absolutely full of typographical errors. Still, if you get into the message of this book, you will NOT be sorry you read it!