Does the Spirit Have a Will in 1 Corinthians 12.11? [< 1 page]
by Jay Dicken rated at 1.0 (5 votes so far)
The holy spirit is reflective of Personality, and that Personality can be the Fatherís or the Sonís. This principle applies in every context used to prove personality of the holy spirit.
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Let Us Make Man: A Study of the "Us Texts"
by Sean Finnegan [42:55]
rated at 3.1 (out of 12 votes)
Who was God talking to in Genesis 1.26; 3.21; 11.7; Isaiah 6.8? Should these four texts be used to support the notion that within God are multiple persons? Sean Finnegan demonstrates conclusively that this is simply not the case. Through careful examination of relevant passages and by quoting leading trinitarian study Bibles one simple conclusion emerges: God says "us" in the same sense that "us" is used in any other context--he refers to himself and others (members of his heavenly court).