Often the Holy Spirit is viewed as a force, a feeling, or an experience. But as the third person of the Trinity, the Holy Spirit created us to relate to him personally. How do we get to know the Holy Spirit in this way? How do we come to embrace the Holy Spirit as our best friend?
Frank Moore balances what we know and believe about the Holy Spirit with an emphasis on this personal friendship. While aptly attending to the scriptural, theological, and creedal knowledge of the Holy Spirit, Dr. Moore places significant focus on the Holy Spirit's ministry in saving, transforming, and befriending us. Combining the vital worlds of learning and divine companionship, this volume is a rich resource for Christian study and growth.
Christians are used to hearing theological language in the church but may not feel they have adequate resources to enhance their understanding of what certain terms or concepts mean. The Wesleyan Theology Series aims to discuss Christian doctrines in accessible language that states clearly what we believe and why. Each volume is written by an author with a particular expertise who also has the ability to simplify and clarify complex ideas. The Wesleyan Theology Series is written specifically for the theologically curious layperson, student, or pastor. Topics include: the Trinity, creation, eschatology, the church, the sacraments, Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit, Scripture, sin, grace, salvation, sanctification, Christian ethics, and atonement.