Rediscovering The Holy Spirit

Author: Michael Horton
Publisher: Zondervan
ISBN: 0310534070
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The Holy Spirit is the person of the Trinity who brings the work of the Father, in the Son, to completion. In everything that the Triune God performs, this perfecting work is characteristic of the Spirit.

Ecumenical Review

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Humanity must come to recognize its inseparable connection with all God's
creation and see its survival closely bound up with the future of all life — human
and non-human — in the creation. A hierarchical ... Creation (oikos) is the
household of humanity. b) Humanity should rediscover its specific vocation within
the creation, which is one of stewardship. This is a ... The created life shares in
the uncreated life of God through the creative and dynamic presence of the Holy
Spirit. Through ...


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"Giver of Life — Sustain Your Creation": Sustaining the Integrity of Creation
through the Holy Spirit The Christian view is that the world was created ex nihilo.
From this it follows that it is always threatened with nothingness and can exist
and live only through the presence of the divine Spirit (cf. Ps. 104:29-30). ...
Anyone wishing to speak about God's present activity in the world must have this
aim in mind: God preserves and sustains creatures for their perfection. God's
preservation of ...


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In these challenges lies hidden an authentic call of the Holy Spirit to rediscover
the wealth and potentialities of this form of life. Having to live in a society where a
culture of death often reigns can become a challenge to be stronger witnesses,
bearers and servants of life. The evangelical counsels of chastity, poverty and
obedience, lived by Christ in the fullness of his human nature as the Son of God
and embraced for the love of God, appear as a way for the full realization of
persons ...

Wesleyan Leadership In Troubled Times

Author: David L. McKenna
Publisher: Beacon Hill Press
ISBN: 9780834119574
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Wesleyan leaders need to begin with a steady diet of reading and rereading the
classics of Wesleyan theology, including these: A Plain Account of Christian
Perfection by John Wesley; Wesley's Sermons (vols. 1 and 2) by Albert Outler;
Five Views ... Simpson's Wholly Sanctified. Perspective can be added by reading
A. W. Tozer's The Knowledge of the Holy, James I. Packer's Knowing God and
Rediscovering Holiness, Billy Graham's The Holy Spirit, R. C. Sproul's The
Holiness of God ...

Religious And Theological Abstracts

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We rediscover the deity of God as he has manifested himself to man in the
person of Jesus Christ. ... Explicates, with reference to Aquinas and the Pseudo-
Dionysius, the nature of Tillich's motive behind the semantic claim 'God does not
exist. ... Suggesting that there is an analogy between the Holy Trinity and human
consciousness, sees a doctrine of the Trinity as: the Father begetting the Son; the
Son as begotten by the Father; the Holy Spirit as proceeding from Father and Son

The Encyclopedia Of Christianity

Author: Erwin Fahlbusch
Publisher: Eerdmans Pub Co
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of the Holy Spirit, may thereby achieve purification and — > virtues, namely, the
perfection of God and his deifying — > love. A basic part ... N.Y., 1973) • M. Lot-
Borodine, La diification de l'homme selon la doctrine des peres grecs (Paris,
1970) • G. I. Mantzarides, The Deification of Man (Crestwood, N.Y., 1984) • P.
Nellas, Deification in Christ: Orthodox Perspectives on the Nature of the Human
Person (Crestwood, N.Y., 1987) • Pseudo-Dionysius, The Complete Works (trans.
C. Luibheid ...

The Month

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We might also reflect that, in part, green faith is a reaction to the failure within
Christian secularity to maintain the insight that the natural order is constantly
under God's action. The tendency towards deism, as Eastern Orthodox
theologians point out, may be indigenous to theological approaches which
relegate the role of the Holy Spirit to a Christological postscript, rather than as the
very condition of divine life ad extra. In addition, there is a repeated concentration
on creation as a ...

The A M E Zion Quarterly Review

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John Wesley rejoiced in God because he tasted the warmth and sweetness of his
divine presence. By it, his heart was ... As Methodists we must take time to
rediscover Wesley with the hope that we will find in him a new vision of God, a
new understanding of the Christian life and a new commitment to holy living
through human liberation. John Wesley is ... Only as man is liberated from sinful
captivity, both personal and social, is he free to live the life of perfect love and
spiritual freedom.