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This book studies the Holy Spirit through the lens of both biblical and systematic theology. It provides a comprehensive look at the third person of the Trinity as revealed by Scripture, focusing on eight central themes and assumptions. Review?I welcome Gregg Allison and Andreas Köstenberger?s new book on the Holy Spirit with great interest and excitement. It is grounded deeply in the burgeoning scholarly literature on the Spirit but written in a very accessible way for Bible teachers and preachers. And because it is comprehensive, it will provide a wonderful, often-used reference source for teaching this central truth of the faith. This book belongs on your shelf containing the study tools that you reach for regularly.? -Leonard Allen, dean, College of Bible & Ministry, Lipscomb University   ?This is a remarkable study, providing both a synoptic overview of biblical and theological approaches to the Holy Spirit, and a much-needed, fresh integration of the two. This should be a go-to book for anyone working on pneumatological issues or wanting to explore how the theology of the Holy Spirit is woven together with a range of key themes both in Scripture and in the life of the Church. I heartily recommend it.? -Gary D. Badcock, Peache Professor of Divinity, Huron at Western University    ?The Holy Spirit by Gregg Allison and Andreas Köstenberger is a vital new resource for a biblical and theological approach to the third person of the Godhead. Careful biblical analysis grounds systematic synthesis in a robust treatment of the Spirit that combines scholarly vigor with conceptual and expressive clarity. This volume will richly benefit any student or scholar of the person and work of the Holy Spirit. Highly recommended!? -Constantine R. Campbell, senior vice president of Global Content and Bible Teaching, Our Daily Bread Ministries, and former professor of New Testament, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School   ?This is a significant book. Köstenberger and Allison combine to present the reader with both a biblical and theological treatment of the doctrine of the Holy Spirit. They do so with great aplomb: well-crafted, biblically grounded, theologically perceptive, and relevantly applied. No issues are ducked. These are such capable scholars and theologians and this work shows it to great effect. But most importantly, this is a book that serves the church.? -Graham A. Cole, dean and senior vice president of education, and professor of biblical and systematic theology, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School   ?Biblical and theological studies have been estranged from one another for far too long-rarely cooperating, treating one another as strangers, and conversing only on occasion. The church should be grateful for professors Allison and Köstenberger, for they fuse their disciplines in a delightful project on the Spirit. The authors characterize their work with fully orbed biblical theology, from Genesis to Revelation, and a sensitivity to historical and systematic theology, all supported by careful interaction with secondary sources and helpful charts. What God has joined together, let no one separate.?  -Benjamin L. Gladd, associate professor of New Testament, Reformed Theological Seminary                                                   ?Köstenberger and Allison have written a very fine book. Brimming with biblical insight and alert to the riches of catholic trinitarianism, they offer a deeply edifying account of the Spirit?s person and work, both in God and among us. Anyone interested in the pastoral importance of robust pneumatological teaching, its scriptural basis, and the teaching of the doctors of the universal church should read this erudite and comprehensive study.? -Christopher R. J. Holmes, associate professor in systematic theology, and head of the Theology Programme, University of Otago, New Zealand    ?Commendably well researched and balanced,The Holy Spirit deserves wid

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This book studies the Holy Spirit through the lens of both biblical and systematic theology. It provides a comprehensive look at the third person of the Trinity as revealed by Scripture, focusing on eight central themes and assumptions. Review?I welcome Gregg Allison and Andreas Köstenberger?s new book on the Holy Spirit with great interest and excitement. It is grounded deeply in the burgeoning scholarly literature on the Spirit but written in a very accessible way for Bible teachers and preachers. And because it is comprehensive, it will provide a wonderful, often-used reference source for teaching this central truth of the faith. This book belongs on your shelf containing the study tools that you reach for regularly.? -Leonard Allen, dean, College of Bible & Ministry, Lipscomb University   ?This is a remarkable study, providing both a synoptic overview of biblical and theological approaches to the Holy Spirit, and a much-needed, fresh integration of the two. This should be a go-to book for anyone working on pneumatological issues or wanting to explore how the theology of the Holy Spirit is woven together with a range of key themes both in Scripture and in the life of the Church. I heartily recommend it.? -Gary D. Badcock, Peache Professor of Divinity, Huron at Western University    ?The Holy Spirit by Gregg Allison and Andreas Köstenberger is a vital new resource for a biblical and theological approach to the third person of the Godhead. Careful biblical analysis grounds systematic synthesis in a robust treatment of the Spirit that combines scholarly vigor with conceptual and expressive clarity. This volume will richly benefit any student or scholar of the person and work of the Holy Spirit. Highly recommended!? -Constantine R. Campbell, senior vice president of Global Content and Bible Teaching, Our Daily Bread Ministries, and former professor of New Testament, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School   ?This is a significant book. Köstenberger and Allison combine to present the reader with both a biblical and theological treatment of the doctrine of the Holy Spirit. They do so with great aplomb: well-crafted, biblically grounded, theologically perceptive, and relevantly applied. No issues are ducked. These are such capable scholars and theologians and this work shows it to great effect. But most importantly, this is a book that serves the church.? -Graham A. Cole, dean and senior vice president of education, and professor of biblical and systematic theology, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School   ?Biblical and theological studies have been estranged from one another for far too long-rarely cooperating, treating one another as strangers, and conversing only on occasion. The church should be grateful for professors Allison and Köstenberger, for they fuse their disciplines in a delightful project on the Spirit. The authors characterize their work with fully orbed biblical theology, from Genesis to Revelation, and a sensitivity to historical and systematic theology, all supported by careful interaction with secondary sources and helpful charts. What God has joined together, let no one separate.?  -Benjamin L. Gladd, associate professor of New Testament, Reformed Theological Seminary                                                   ?Köstenberger and Allison have written a very fine book. Brimming with biblical insight and alert to the riches of catholic trinitarianism, they offer a deeply edifying account of the Spirit?s person and work, both in God and among us. Anyone interested in the pastoral importance of robust pneumatological teaching, its scriptural basis, and the teaching of the doctors of the universal church should read this erudite and comprehensive study.? -Christopher R. J. Holmes, associate professor in systematic theology, and head of the Theology Programme, University of Otago, New Zealand    ?Commendably well researched and balanced,The Holy Spirit deserves wid

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