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Have You Not Yet Received the Spirit?: Finding Unity Through the Baptism in the Holy Spirit
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Have You Not Yet Received the Spirit?: Finding Unity Through the Baptism in the Holy Spirit


Emerging Life 2008

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There is much debate on the topic of baptism in the Holy Spirit, and author J. R. Miller contends that all sides are quick to dismiss each other as evil or apostate. With Have You Not Yet Received the Spirit?, Miller hopes to take this debate out of divisive territory and bring it back within the context of the whole body of Christ, where faith and the power of the Spirit produce a desire for unity and a bond of peace.

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Key Features

  • Explore’s a scriptural understanding of what the baptism of the Holy Spirit means
  • Presents guidance for healing and unity in the church
  • Attempts to take the debate on the baptism of the Holy Spirit out of divisive territory


  • A Foundation for Unity
  • The Promise And The Power
  • The Sufficiency of Christ
  • The Baptism Of Repentance
  • The New Covenant Begins
  • Full Gospel; Full Salvation
  • Baptism for the Ethnically Impure
  • Baptism For The World
  • The Gospel of Division
  • The Witness of History
  • Experience or Scripture
  • A Place for Experience
  • A Final Word of Unity

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About J.R. Miller

J.R. Miller earned his MDiv from Oral Roberts University and his DMin from Biola University. Miller is a pastor and church plant coach, and has written multiple books on church history, biblical theology, and team building. He is also an adjunct professor of practical theology and leadership.