Sanctification in this article is defined as the work of God's grace by which the ones who believe in the Lord Jesus Christ are freed from sin and built up in holiness. Further in this article, the author shows how sanctification is distinct from justification. The positions of non-Reformational theologies on the subject are also briefly presented, including the Roman view, the Mystical view, and the Wesleyan view.
What place does the resurrection of Christ hold among the doctrines of Christianity? How much can we rely on the evidence of the so-called eyewitness accounts in the Gospels? Are these not just human fabrications? In answering such questions the author mounts an apologetic against the skeptical questions raised by modern-day unbelievers, refuting proposed alternative explanations to the bodily resurrection of Christ.
The author in this article embarks upon giving a brief survey on what is normally termed the doctrine of God. His discussion includes the description of God as the Infinite Spirit, the Redeemer of sinners, and the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost.