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  • Author:
    George Cron
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    1437378463
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    978-1437378467
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    Kessinger Publishing, LLC (December 22, 2008)
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    188 pages
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THE HOLY SPIRIT’S WORK: Its Nature and Extent. The nature of the atonement

THE HOLY SPIRIT’S WORK: Its Nature and Extent. By the Rev. George Cron. The nature of the atonement. William Adamson, . Within the twenty-five years which followed its first appearance upwards of thirty councils (one of them the General Council of Ephesus) were held for the purpose of this discussion.

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While the Holy Spirit finds much attention in Pentecostal or Charismatic theologies, the person and work of the . The heavily Reformed nature of Ferguson’s personal theology is felt throughout and if it does cloud his vision at all, it does not affect the reliability of the work as a whole.

While the Holy Spirit finds much attention in Pentecostal or Charismatic theologies, the person and work of the Holy Spirit is often ignored, glossed over, and neglected in Reformed theology. However, Ferguson provides a masterful work that resounds in harmonious sound in response to the deafening silence typically given to the third Person of the Trinity.

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