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Dynamic Reading of the Holy Spirit in Luke-Acts
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Dynamic Reading of the Holy Spirit in Luke-Acts


Sheffield Academic Press 2001

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With 17 references to the divine πνεῦμα (pneuma) in Luke’s Gospel and 52 in Acts, it is no wonder that Luke is designated as the “enthusiast in/for the Spirit” or that the Acts of the Apostles is called “the Acts of the Holy Spirit.” The Holy Spirit has also been one of the most constantly debated subjects among the many issues concerning Luke and/or Acts. This study will re-visit the topic of the Holy Spirit in Luke-Acts through a new perspective. The first portion of this volume discusses three contemporary understandings of Lukan pneumatology; that of J. D. G. Dunn, R. P. Menzies and M. M. B. Turner. These reflect three different positions in regard to this subject. The next portion sets out the author’s methodology and procedure for A Dynamic Reading of the Holy Spirit in Luke-Acts.

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  • Title: Dynamic Reading of the Holy Spirit in Luke-Acts
  • Author: Ju Hur
  • Publisher: Continuum International Publishing Group
  • Publication Date: 2004
  • Pages: 384
  • Volume 211 in the Journal for the Study of the New Testament Supplement series

About Ju Hur

Ju Hur is Lecturer in New Testament Studies at Asia United Theological University in Seoul, South Korea.

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