The Early church Fathers all taught that the Holy Spirit is God. The Holy Spirit’s Divinity is a subject that was always understood. To make a distinction between the nature of God the Father and the Holy Spirit from the Bible is an act of futility. Because of common sense, the early church understood God’s... Read more »
In discussing the Holy Spirit, the subject about being “filled” or “baptized” with the Holy Spirit came up. The Bible shows a distinction between being regenerated or saved by the washing and renewing of the Holy Spirit and having gifts bestowed upon a person. The indwelling of the Spirit prior to being “filled” or “baptized“... Read more »
The most important part of Christ’s nature is the fact that He was conceived by the Holy Spirit and born from a woman. Even more important is the teaching that He was born from a virgin. The reason behind this is to teach that Christ is mediator between God and man. In order for Christ... Read more »
The Holy Spirit is a core doctrine in the Christian faith. The Apostles clearly taught that the Holy Spirit is God. He is a person and not a dove like is depicted by many Christians. People become Christians by the regeneration of the holy Spirit. Being "filled" or "Baptized" by the Holy Spirit are separate... Read more »
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