At the beginning of In the Redeeming Christ, priest and theologian F. X. Durrwell states: "The Christian's salvation lies in his personal sanctification. There too lies the salvation of others." Durrwell's classic offers a hopeful and lucid vision of the Christian spiritual life to inspire and teach readers about the mystery of living in personal holiness--and becoming most truly themselves--by being "in Christ" as a member his body. Such contemporary theologians as Scott Hahn and Brant Pitre have begun to discover the importance of both the idea of personal holiness and what this highly original thinker had to say about it.
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