We first meet the Holy Spirit in the second verse of the Bible, hovering there, speaking the world into existence. Christopher Wright begins here and traces the Holy Spirit through the pages of the Old Testament. He shows that the Spirit is knowable, and that the Spirit empowers God's people and sustains the earth.
Jeffrey Barbeau and Beth Felker Jones edit thirteen essays on the topic of the Holy Spirit in biblical, historical and theological perspective, featuring important contributions on the current shape of global Pentecostalism. Contributors include Allan Anderson, Oliver Crisp, Timothy George, Kevin Vanhoozer, Amos Yong and Geoffrey Wainwright.
This volume offers patristic comment on the first half of the third article of the Nicene Creed. Readers will gain insight into the history and substance of what the early church believed about the Holy Spirit and his work.
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