A BIBLICAL THEOLOGY OF THE HOLY SPIRIT
About the Book
Theology is a widely used term. Therefore, it is necessary to identify more closely the sense in which is it being used in this document. Biblical Theology in this document is based upon and faithful to the teachings of the Bible. A Biblical Theology of the Holy Spirit is a study of the Spirit of God throughout the Old and New Testaments of the Bible. Theology is derived from two Greek works, theos and logos, theos meaning (God) and logos meaning (speech) and (doctrine). The doctrine covered in this document is not exhaustive, but with hope will bring honor and glory to God the Father and to his Son Jesus Christ.
This doctrine of the Holy Spirit is also being written on the premise that it will appeal to common readers and lay persons, as well as seminarians and theology students. This is an attempt to explore the scriptures, give more knowledge and broaden the understanding of all individuals concerned and obtained accurate and infallible information concerning who the Spirit of God is and the functions of the Holy Spirit.
About the Author
Ida Mitchell is an Associate Minister of Carter Memorial African Methodist Episcopal Church, a retired Chaplain of the Fresno Police Department, a remarkable and exceptional Bible Teacher, and has degrees from Malone College and Payne Theological Seminary.