The Holy Spirit and Translation Bias (2) [56:05]
by Sean Finnegan rated at 2.0 (7 votes so far)
Sean Finnegan builds on part one and works through the five primary texts used to prove the personality of the holy spirit on grammatical grounds (John 14.26; 15.26; 16.13; Ephesians 1.14; 1 John 5.7). Next he explains how to understand the spirit based on the whole of the Biblical data and concludes it cannot and should not be locked in the straightjacket of trinitarian dogma. Notes available at http://www.christianmonotheism.com/media/text/Sean%20Finnegan%20--%20Translating%20the%20Holy%20Spirit%202.pdf
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Does the Spirit Have a Will in 1 Corinthians 12.11?
by Jay Dicken [< 1 page]
rated at 1 (out of 5 votes)
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.