Noticing a growth of materialism, spurred by the writings of Darwin, Huxley, and others, Morgan wisely saw the reactionary movement of attempting to discover the spiritual world through new-age philosophies as equally harmful. Recognizing that the answer to both of these movements lies in studying the truth of who God is, Morgan embarks on an analytical dissertation of the Holy Spirit in The Spirit of God.
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