Christians throughout the ages have confessed, bI believe in the Holy Spirit, b yet the Holy Spirit has often remained a shadowy figure, relegated to the fringes of many Christiansb faith. In other quarters, the rise of the charismatic movement has made the Holy Spirit a focus of heated controversy. In this new edition of his widely popular book, Michael Green traces the doctrine of the Holy Spirit through the Bible and addresses the issues drawing so much attention today.
Enriched by Greenbs extensive teaching, pastoral, and personal experience, "I Believe in the Holy Spirit" is one of the clearest, well-balanced books ever written on this subject. Comprehensive in his approach, Green includes needed discussion on the relation of the church to the Spiritbs work, the meaning of the gifts of the Spirit, and the need to affirm the ongoing value and challenge of Spirit-based renewal movements.