by Gordon Clark
The spectacular growth of Pentecostalism from 1900 to 1960 and the Charismatic movement from 1960 to the present has drawn the attention of many to the Holy Spirit. But unlike popular books on the Spirit, Dr. Clark derives his information about the Holy Spirit solely from the only book written by the Holy Spirit himself, the Bible, and not from accounts of revivals, blessings, and emotional and religious experiences. The result is a trustworthy discussion of the person and work of the Holy Spirit.
Contents: Some Bibliography; The Holy Spirit Is a Person; The Work of the Spirit; Sanctification; Particular Works of the Spirit; Pentecostalism; Appendix: Evangelicalism, the Charismatic Movement, and the Race Back to Rome; Scripture Index: Index.
- Pages: 147
- Language: English
- Publisher: Trinity Foundation (1993)