On the Holy Spirit

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St Vladimir's Seminary Press, 1980 - Religion - 118 pages
This classic exposition of Trinitarian doctrine eloquently sets forth the distinction yet perpetual communion of the divine Persons. Without explicitly calling the Spirit "God, " St Basil demonstrates that He, like the Son, is of the same nature with the Father.
 

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Contents

Introduction
7
Introductory comment concerning the necessity
15
How such a use of prepositions cannot
21
He disputes with those who assert that the Son
28
The many ways through whom is used and
34
Distinctive ideas concerning the Spirit which
42
Against those who maintain that baptism in
48
This
57
Against those who say that the Holy Spirit must
68
Against those who say that the Spirit should
75
Scriptural testimony that the Spirit is called
81
The preposition in or by is used the same way
89
How did the word with begin to be used? What
98
Enumeration of wellknown men in the Church
106
Description of the present conditions of
113
Copyright

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About the author (1980)

David Andersonis the senior pastor of Bridgeway Community Church, a multicultural congregation located in Columbia, Maryland. He is president of a consulting and resource organization called the BridgeLeader Network and a professor of cultural diversity at the University of Phoenix. Anderson received his bachelor??'s and master??'s degrees from Moody Bible Institute and is currently a doctoral candidate at Oxford Graduate School. Brent Zuercher is a CPA and received his undergraduate degree from Southwest Baptist University and his master??'s degree from DePaul University. He lives in the Chicago suburbs.

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