How does the Bible describe the Holy Spirit? Does it describe the Holy Spirit as a person, a member of a Trinity? Let’s look at what the Bible teaches.
Does the Bible teach the doctrine of a triune God? Did the early Church hold the Trinity as a key teaching? The facts show the answer to both questions is no.
The apostle Paul listed nine characteristics that must be growing in our lives if we are to call ourselves Christians. What is the fruit of the Spirit?
Jesus Christ explained in John 4:24, “God is Spirit.” But this raises the very challenging question: “What is spirit?” What does the Bible tell us?
One of the names God calls His Holy Spirit is the “Spirit of truth” (John 14:17). What does this description imply for how we come to understand God’s truth?
Perceptions about the Holy Spirit have changed since it was given to the New Testament Church on the Day of Pentecost. What can we learn about the Holy Spirit from believers in the first century?
The more we study it, the more mysterious the mind becomes! Is there a deeper dimension that scientific tools can’t detect—one that gives us limitless potential?
The nature of the Holy Spirit is a mystery to many Christians, but still most consider it a litmus test for orthodoxy. What does the Bible really say?
God started His Church with a miracle of speaking in tongues. Later Paul corrected errors about this subject. What do tongues mean for us today?
Many believe that the ability to speak in tongues is the real evidence of having the Holy Spirit. Is this what the Bible actually teaches?
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