The Classic Studies on the Holy Spirit collection examines many aspects of the third person of the Trinity from a wide variety of perspectives. Classic Studies on the Holy Spirit offers nearly 7,000 pages of writings from an interdenominational mix of nineteenth- and twentieth-century theologians, biblical scholars, pastors, a Roman Catholic cardinal—and even a New York attorney! This collection addresses the mission and work of the Holy Spirit in the world today, the history of the Holy Spirit and the Church, the person and deity of the Holy Spirit, and more.
The doctrine of the Holy Spirit had a strong revival at the end of the nineteenth century, thanks in large part to the writings of Henry Barclay Swete. Swete’s work appears in this collection, as well as works by Henry Edward Manning, George Salmon, and many others. With 25 volumes of extraordinary insights, this classic collection includes a high proportion of modern works, and is invaluable in understanding the essential, yet often overlooked, presence of the Holy Spirit in Scripture, theology, and the church today.
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