For ages the vast majority of humanity has been asking a driving question of completion: "How do I reconcile myself to my Creator and His will?" The subsequent debates and historical hashing has resulted in a more complete understanding of how humanity can return to God; however, the Body of Christ has experienced more division than unity in the process. In Sanctification: the Neglected Spiritual Experience, Bishop Ron Hill bravely tackles reconciliation of the Body of Christ. With fidelity to Scripture, he posits that denominational walls are unnecessary side effects and that the process of sanctification can be unifying doctrine in the Christian faith. Without a doubt, Bishop Hill challenges age-old notions of what the process of becoming "Christlike" means. Unlike some contemporaries, he embraces Scripture for those answers. This book is as much about sanctifying humanity as sanctifying a human. Can such a historically divisive doctrine be the key to unity in Christianity? Every reader should absorb this central concept while asking, "How does my soul and spirit play a part?"