Self-Actualization and Sanctification

Volume
Volume 2
Issue
Summer 1974
Title
Self-Actualization and Sanctification
Abstract

The theological concept of sanctification is discussed from the reformed and Wesleyan perspective and equated with the psychological concept of self-actualization. Both concepts attempt to describe a long-term growth process in the individual whereby certain characteristics become increasingly prominent. Christ is set forth as the outstanding example of a self-actualizing person and a study of sanctification in the history of Christianity will unearth some very significant and helpful discoveries for growth-oriented people.

Author
Dr. J.A. Oakland
Pages
202 - 209
Price
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