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  • The Holy Spirit Contours of Christian Theology
  • Sinclair B. Ferguson
  • English
  • 02 September 2020
  • 9780830815364

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The Holy Spirit Contours of Christian Theology Free download Í 105 The Spirit and conversant with the wide variety of contemporary Christians who have explored the doctrine of the Holy Spirit Foundational issues are surveyed and clarified Hard uestion. An outstanding book by one of the best theologians of the modern age I particularly liked his discussion of the Spirit of Christ and the argument that Christ s power to work miracles should be ascribed of the Holy Spirit enabling him to perform wonders and cast out demons The view prevalent among Fundamentalists and conservative evangelicals that the miracles should be attributed to Christ s divine nature probably reflects their inadeuate understanding of Christ s humanity For instance did Christ know about the woman of Samaria s marital history because he was God or because the Holy Spirit endowed him with a prophetic insight It was the latter because otherwise you would have to assume that Christ was omniscient in his human mind which is an impossibility as a human mind cannot be omniscient Dr Ferguson also interacts well with the modern charismatic movement and especially with moderate continuationists such as Wayne Grudem This is a book which every serious Reformed thinker should read sooner rather than later Mother Clap's Molly House (Methuen Drama) you would have to assume that Christ was omniscient in his human mind which is an impossibility as a human mind cannot be omniscient Dr Ferguson also interacts well with the modern charismatic movement and especially with moderate continuationists such as Wayne Grudem This is a book which every serious Reformed thinker should read sooner rather than later

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The Holy Spirit Contours of Christian Theology Free download Í 105 Ferguson's study is rooted and driven by the scriptural story of the Spirit in creation and redemption Throughout he shows himself fully at home in the church's historical theology of. A masterful exposition of the work of the Spirit Ferguson rightly positions pneumatology as being necessarily coupled with Christology as the Spirit most of all seeks the glorification of the Son by accomplishing the proper union between him and his saints Most of all Ferguson proves that the Spirit accomplishes the comprehensive application of redemption and Ferguson s appreciation of those various soteriological components throughout demonstrates the Spirit s uniueness within the Trinitarian economy of salvation

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The Holy Spirit Contours of Christian Theology Free download Í 105 S are explored and answered Clarity and insight radiate from every page Here is the mature reflection of a Reformed theologian who will summon respect and charity from those who disagr. Simply magnificent Sinclair Ferguson is in my estimation the greatest living theologian His explanation of the Christian teaching about the Holy Spirit is balanced scholarly and thoroughly edifyingAs his focus Ferguson considers the Person of the Spirit and then His distinct work and indeed the work He accomplishes together with the Father and the Son Broadly the book can be split into two main sections how God the Holy Spirit is revealed in Scripture and how the Holy Spirit of the Scriptures communes with us the bride of ChristOf particular highlight in an all over superb work was his thorough deconstruction of the modern charismatic movement while at no point being uncharitable showing how well meaning and otherwise orthodox folk make serious category errors in their approach to multi levelled prophecies Another highlight was Ferguson showing the Spirit s role in Christ s ministry on Earth specifically how the mircales and supernatural events of Christ s ministry cannot simply be attributed to the fact that He had a Divine nature as such formulations tend to deify the human nature of Christ making Him into a pseudo human pseudo divine being with one mixed nature Rather Ferguson argues that supernatural insightful knowledge was imparted by the Spirit of ChristThe book stands as a work of great honour to the Holy Spirit wiritten with great clarity in a time where the subject of God the Holy Spirit is in great confusion