Introduction to Pneumatology, The Study of the Holy Spirit

The Holy Spirit (c.  used by prmission) The term pneumatology comes from two Greek words, namely, pneuma meaning “wind,” “breath,” or “spirit” (used of the Holy Spirit) and logos meaning “word,” “matter,” or “thing.” As it is used in Christian systematic theology, “pneumatology” refers to the study of the biblical doctrine of the Holy Spirit. Generally this includes … [Read more…]

Foundations 7: Believers Baptism and Holy Communion

Believer’s Baptism Official Statement on Baptism Following the model displayed in the New Testament, Exploring the Truth takes the position that baptism is limited exclusively to the repentant believer who, having placed his faith and obedience, in Christ, and now wishes to publicly profess faith before the Household of the Faithful and to identify with … [Read more…]

Foundations Lesson 5: The Holy Ghost

The Holy Spirit is a Person In Greek, personal pronouns are used – He, Him, etc. Greek (parakletos) – “One called alongside to help”, Helper, Comforter, Counselor. The Holy Spirit possesses attributes of personhood Intellect. Romans 8:26: … the Spirit Himself makes intercession for us with groanings which cannot be uttered. Intercession requires intellect. Emotions. Ephesians 4:30: And do not … [Read more…]