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It has been the contention of the church that sanctification is not simply an intellectual idea and a formal statement of faith but also a way of life. Religious existentialism is a reaction against hollow orthodoxy, icily correct doctrine, and an empty religious profession. It is an affirmation for theological truth presented in such a way that, when properly believed, it demands a thorough transformation of a man’s everyday life.
Wynkoop, Mildred Bangs, "Sanctification is Existential: Religious Existentialism I" (1958). Wesleyan Holiness Articles. 1.
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