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The Holy Spirit in the New Testament (edition 1976)

by Henry Barclay Swete (Author)

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In this volume, the study of the history of the doctrine of the Holy Spirit is carried on from the sub-apostolic writers to the end of the patristic period, which is generally held to terminate with Gregory the Great in the West and John of Damascus in the East. This is an early classic study in doctrinal development by one of the foremost exegetes of the late 19th/early 20th century.… (more)
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Title:The Holy Spirit in the New Testament
Authors:Henry Barclay Swete (Author)
Info:Baker Book House (1976), Edition: Second Edition, 417 pages
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In this volume, the study of the history of the doctrine of the Holy Spirit is carried on from the sub-apostolic writers to the end of the patristic period, which is generally held to terminate with Gregory the Great in the West and John of Damascus in the East. This is an early classic study in doctrinal development by one of the foremost exegetes of the late 19th/early 20th century.

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