Some notes on Romans 6:1, and the concept of continuing to sin for grace. Not sure where these notes came from (I think it was a message from a Dallas Reformed Seminary mp3.)
Perfectionism is not taught in the Bible, and yet on the flip side is the attitude that sin is not all that serious. The writer of Hebrews instructed to "pursue holiness". Its important to understand the idea being that sanctification is just as important as justification. Hebrews speaks especially about being set apart for God.
Sanctification of God, taken from Ezekiel, speaks about God being set apart from false gods.
Sanctification of man, in the Old Testament, was illustrated in separating from what was unclean.
Sanctification of the redeemer we see in the example of how Jesus sanctified self (John 17).
Sanctification is ultimately about the believer being set apart more and more for God. This is a continuing process solely through the indwelling and working of the Holy Spirit.