In Plain Papers on the Holy Spirit, C. I. Scofield clearly and accessibly addresses the doctrine of the Holy Spirit. Getting right to the heart of the matter, he points the reader again and again to the Bible for the answers to the questions surrounding the person and work of the Holy Spirit.
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C. I. Scofield (1843–1921) was an important early American proponent of dispensationalism. An influential theologian and minister in later life. Scofield was also a member of the Kansas House of Representatives as well as US District Attorney for the state of Kansas. He was the editor of the noted Scofield Reference Bible, first published in 1909. He was the author of a number of books, as well as a contributor to the four-volume set, The Fundamentals.
“Secondly: The Holy Spirit in relation to the Person and ministry of Christ from His conception to Pentecost” (Page 32)
“First: The Holy Spirit is a Person, as distinguished from an influence, emanation, or manifestation” (Page 17)
“Secondly: The Holy Spirit is a Divine Person; in the proper sense, Deity” (Page 21)
“abandoning to Christ through the Spirit all control over our service as to place, time, or quality.” (Page 62)
“interpreting Scripture by experience, instead of subjecting experience to the test of Scripture.” (Page 10)