Holiness: Its Nature, Hindrances, Difficulties, and Roots - This is arguably J. C. Ryle's best-known and best-loved book. Much has changed since this book was first published in 1877, but one thing remains the same: "Real practical holiness does not receive the attention it deserves." 

To remedy this attention deficit and counter false teaching on this most important subject, the twenty-one chapters in this enlarged edition of Holiness highlight themes such as:

  • the real nature of holiness
  • the temptations and difficulties which all must expect who pursue holiness
  • the life-transforming truth that union with Christ is the root of holiness
  • the immense encouragement Jesus Christ holds out to all who strive to be holy.

Holiness, as with all of Ryle's works, is clear and concise, penetrating and practical.

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