As Buchanan became known as a theologian through this writing, and from his writing on justification, he remained ‘a pastor to the end’. With a pastor/scholar mindset, this three-part study on The Office and Work of the Holy Spirit covers: the Spirit's work in the conversion of sinners, illustrative cases, and the Spirit's work in the edification of His people after their conversion.
Praise for the Print Edition
These studies adequately expound the role of the Holy Spirit in the conversion of sinners and the edification of the saints.
- Title: The Office and Work of the Holy Spirit
- Author: James Buchanan
- Publisher: Logos Research Systems, Inc.
- Publication Date: 2008
- Pages: 416
About James Buchanan
James Buchanan was born in Scotland in 1804. By the age of twenty-three, he was ordained into the Church of Scotland—building a reputation as an earnest, eloquent, evangelical preacher. By 1845, he was appointed to the Chair of Apologetics at New College, Edinburgh, and by 1847 was Professor of Systematic Theology. His first published work, Comfort in Affliction, sold nearly 30,000 copies. Of his writings, his two most valuable works, which we now make available are, The Office and Work of the Holy Spirit, and The Doctrine of Justification.