In this episode we will continue to discuss the dangers of “Perfectionism” and show how it is altogether different from Wesley’s doctrine of Christian Perfection. We will begin by discussing T.A. Noble’s book, “Holy Trinity: Holy People” and how Wesley very guardedly affirmed that Christians are “at once a sinner and justified.” This of course can degenerate into Antinomianism and Wesley guarded strongly against that but also affirmed it in a way that guarded his teaching from Perfectionism. We then interact with Thomas Oden and discuss what Christian Perfection is not. We end by using Fred Sanders to illustrate the we must choose between the dangers of Perfection or Anti-Perfection.