The Holy Spirit

 
 
Royal Wedding Series; Zondervan (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 6. Oktober 2015
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  • 224 Seiten
 
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Who is the Holy Spirit and how does the Spirit come to be in relation to the Father and the Son? What is the mission of the Spirit and where does it come from? Chris Holmes takes up the questions surrounding the Spirit's procession and mission with the help of three of the church's greatest teachers-Augustine, Thomas Aquinas, and Karl Barth.

Drawing on their engagements with the Fourth Gospel, Holmes presents an account of the Spirit's identity, origin, and acts, to show how the acts of the Spirit derive from the Spirit's life in relation to Father and Son-and the extent to which the Spirit's mission testifies to the Spirit's origin.

Holmes presents a way forward for pneumatology. Housed within the doctrine of the Trinity, pneumatology's joyful task is to describe the Spirit's acts among us in light of their source in the Spirit's acts in God. The end of this inquiry is our beatitude-knowledge of the Trinity that yields to love of the Trinity.

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By Christopher R. J. Holmes
  • Cover Page
  • Title Page
  • Copyright Page
  • Dedication
  • Contents
  • Detailed Contents
  • Series Preface
  • Acknowledgments
  • 1. Introduction: On Learning the Holy Spirit
  • Speaking of God
  • The Spirit's Being and Nature
  • The Spirit's Economy
  • The Other-Directed Spirit
  • The Third Person
  • The Key Idea: Theology and Economy
  • The Processions
  • The Missions
  • Is the Spirit the Grandson of the Father?
  • The Structure of the Volume
  • Theology's Vocation
  • Excursus 1: An Alternative Approach to the Holy Spirit In Contemporary Theological Discourse
  • A "Spirit-Leading Approach"
  • An Incorporative Model
  • Prayer and Right Desire
  • Some Shortcomings
  • Commendations and Reservations
  • Part 1: Engaging Augustine: The Divinity of the Holy Spirit
  • 2. The Spirit and the New Birth
  • Introduction
  • Reading John 2:23-3:21
  • What Makes Augustine's Homilies Instructive
  • The Source of the New Birth
  • The Being of the Three
  • The New Birth of the Spirit
  • Receiving the Spirit
  • Conclusion
  • 3. "Heavenly Things"
  • Introduction
  • The One Being of God
  • The Arian Heresy
  • The Father As the Source of Being
  • Irreversible Relations
  • The Mission of the Spirit: The Gift of the Giver
  • Appropriating Augustine
  • Conclusion
  • Part 2: Engaging Thomas: The Hypostatic Subsistence of the Holy Spirit
  • 4. "Rivers of Living Water"
  • Introduction
  • John 14:16-17: "Nothing Else Than Love"
  • John 15:26-27: "Proceeds As Love"
  • The Origin of the Other-Directed Spirit
  • How Thomas Differs from "the Greeks"
  • John 16:14-15: "One Is Prior to Another"
  • Divine Receiving
  • From the Father and the Son?
  • The Person of the Spirit
  • Origin
  • Relation
  • Common Nature
  • The Person As a Subsisting Relation
  • Conclusion
  • 5. The Kingship of Jesus and the Spirit
  • Introduction
  • John 18:36: "My Kingdom Is Not from This World"
  • "Not a Participated Love"
  • "Love Proceeding"
  • A Common Source?
  • The Mission of the Holy Spirit
  • Back to the Basics: Pilate's Question
  • Conclusion
  • Excursus 2: Spirit Christology
  • Part 3: Engaging Barth: The Other-Directed Spirit
  • 6. The Redemptive Spirit
  • Introduction
  • Barth and the Fourth Gospel
  • "The Movement of His Own Life"
  • Thomas and Barth: What Is the Difference?
  • Conclusion: Grounding God's Outward Movement
  • 7. The Spirit of Christ
  • Introduction
  • The Spirit and the Gathering of the Christian Community
  • The Spirit and the Upbuilding of the Christian Community
  • The Spirit and the Sending of the Christian Community
  • Barth's Rule
  • Conclusion
  • Part 4: Correlates: Regeneration, Church, and Tradition
  • 8. Regenerated Sight
  • A Look Back and a Look Ahead
  • John 3:5, Thomas, and Spiritual Regeneration
  • Augustine On Regenerate Vision
  • Regeneration and Perfection
  • Conclusion
  • 9. Church and Tradition
  • Introduction
  • The Church As the Work of the Three
  • "The Temple of His Body": Augustine On the Body That Creates a Body
  • On Why the Church Cannot Be Conflated With Christ
  • The Church Exists for Theology
  • Living Tradition: The Fruit of the "Permanent Pentecost" of the Spirit
  • Conclusion
  • 10. On Theological Vision
  • Introduction
  • The Purpose of the Contemplative Dimension
  • The Centrality of the Son to the Spirit
  • On Learning to See With the Grain of the Universe
  • The Vision of God: Active or Passive?
  • Conclusion
  • Subject Index
  • Scripture Index
  • Author Index

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