Many Christians have the incorrect (dare I use the H word?) idea that the Holy Spirit only works in Christians. Even worse, some Pentecostals would say you don’t “have the Spirit” unless you have spoken in tongues.
There are not a lot of worship songs directed to the Holy Spirit. The Bible never says we would worship the Holy Spirit, but is it okay?
Starting tomorrow I will start a new series on my blog called Questions People Ask About the Holy Spirit. Can … More
Pentecost Sunday is coming soon. Did you even know? If you are Pentecostal, probably not. Yet, I have heard … More
Classical Pentecostals typically affirm that “the initial evidence of the baptism in the Holy Spirit is speaking in other tongues … More
Update to my previous post. The following publication is now available to read online at googlebooks (it’s free!). Andrew Gabriel. “Pneumatological Insights for … More
Yesterday I received my copy of Third Article Theology: A Pneumatological Dogmatics (Fortress Academic, 2016), edited by Myk Habets. The … More
In December 2015 the PAOC released another small book. Overall, I was encouraged by the key theme running through this … More
“You will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you” (Acts 1:8). For some Christians, this text is all … More
SPIRIT AS LOVE Jonathan Edwards’s can assist Pentecostals to further develop their understanding of the Holy Spirit. Edwards believes … More