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 ... Creation (oikos) is the
household of humanity. b) Humanity should rediscover its specific vocation within
the creation, which is one of ... The created life shares in the uncreated life of God
through the creative and dynamic presence of the Holy Spirit. ... The role of the
Spirit is not only one of renewing and perfecting the creation, but also reconciling
and binding us ...


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"Giver of Life — Sustain Your Creation": Sustaining the Integrity of Creation
through the Holy Spirit The Christian view is that ... 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. ... So it is essential for life to
rediscover nature as an active force, a logical subject in its own right, behind our
own environment.


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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. ... 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 ... to the realization of evangelical perfection superfluous, can become an
added motive for joy for consecrated persons. ... It requires a constant presence
which is able to animate and propose, to recall the raison d'etre of consecrated
life ...

The Month

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Human rights over creation are replaced by human responsibility to recognise
the rights of the other life forms in creation. ... may be indigenous to theological
approaches which relegate the role of the Holy Spirit to a Christological postscript
, rather than as ... God is more present, more real, more active then, in those first
milliseconds, than at any other point in time. ... and the self chasteningly
rediscovered, within a continuum of creation that acts as the primary revelation of
the divine.

Wesleyan Leadership In Troubled Times

Author: David L. McKenna
Publisher: Beacon Hill Press
ISBN: 9780834119574
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Because the nature of God is at the target of continuing attacks from seen and
unseen forces, we must go back to biblical basics on a regular schedule. ...
Wesleyan theology, including these: A Plain Account of Christian Perfection by
John Wesley; Wesley's Sermons (vols. ... Knowledge of the Holy, James I.
Packer's Knowing God and Rediscovering Holiness, Billy Graham's The Holy
Spirit, ... It is a false notion that we come to corporate worship to invoke the
presence of the holy God.

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. ... N.Y., 1984) • P. Nellas, Deification
in Christ: Orthodox Perspectives on the Nature of the Human Person (Crestwood,
N.Y., ... the influence of — > Bernard of Clairvaux (1090-1153), that rediscovered
and enthusiastically embraced the idea. ... was based on the idea of the
presence of Christ in the believer (in ipsa fide Christus adest) through the -> Holy

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. ... Through a thoroughgoing theological formulation of the
nature of man, Christian anthropology becomes the essential arena for mission
theology. ... distinction between essence and existence, then Tillich does allow
that 'exists' can be meaningfully applied to God. ... as: the Father begetting the
Son; the Son as begotten by the Father; the Holy Spirit as proceeding from Father
and Son.

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. ... 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 ... Therefore,
Christian perfection, through human freedom is the centerpiece of the Wesleyan
theological motif. ... This synthesis is threefold in nature. It has to do with the
union of the Holy Spirit and holy living, of faith and works, and of personal and
the social.