Holiness: Its Nature, Hindrances, Difficulties, and Roots
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This book is perhaps J. C. Ryle's best-known and, arguably, best-loved book. Although many things have changed since 1877 when this book was first published, one thing remains the same: "real practical holiness does not receive the attention it deserves."? It was to remedy this attention deficit, and to counter false teaching on this most important subject, that Ryle took up his pen.
The twenty-one chapters in this enlarged edition highlight the:
- Real nature of holiness
- Temptations and difficulties which all must expect who pursue it
- Life-transforming truth that union with Christ is the root of holiness
- Immense encouragement Jesus Christ holds out to all who strive to be holy
"...this book is simply the best of Ryle the Puritan-type pastor. Real Christians will find it a gold mine, a feast, a spur and a heart-warmer, food, drink, medicine, and a course of vitamins, all in one."?
- J.I. Packer
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