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2014: "Be Ye Holy: The Reformed Truth of Sanctification" (Scotland)

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2014: "Be Ye Holy: The Reformed Truth of Sanctification" (Scotland)

Manuel Kuhs

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    Speakers: Prof. David J. Engelsma & Prof. Herman Hanko

    Date: Sat. 26 July - Sat. 2 Aug. 2014

    VenueGartmore House, Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, Scotland

    Cost: (All prices are full board and en suite)

    Gartmore House (mansion)

    • Adult Single Mansion: £520 (as there are very few single rooms, book early to avoid

    disappointment, for allocation is on a first come, first served basis)

    • Adult Shared Mansion: £330

    • Children Shared Mansion: £250 (age 12-16), £165 (5-11), £80 (1-4), Free (under 1)

    Craigmore Centre (dormitory, across the car park from Gartmore House)

    • Adult Shared Dormitory: £230

    • Children Shared Dormitory: £175 (age 12-16), £115 (5-11), £55 (1-4), Free (under 1)

    Provisional Information on speeches and sermons:

    Six Main Speeches

    1. “The Divine Work of Sanctification” (Prof. Engelsma)

    2. “Sanctification and Justification: Relation and Differences” (Prof. Hanko)

    3. “The Role of the Law in Sanctification” (Prof. Engelsma)

    4. “The Imperfection of Sanctification in This Life” (Rom. 7) (Prof. Hanko)

    5. “The Threat of Antinomianism” (Prof. Engelsma)

    6. “The Victorious Christian Life” (Prof. Hanko)

    Topics to be Covered in the Six Main Speeches Include

    1. The struggle of the new man against the old man (Eph. 4)

    2. The antithesis

    3. The peril of perfectionism