Who Is the Holy Spirit?
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Who Is the Holy Spirit?  -     By: Malcolm B. Yarnell

Who Is the Holy Spirit?

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Who Is the Holy Spirit is a thought-provoking theological exploration of the identity and essential nature of the Third Person of the Trinity. Deriving his observations from both Old and New Testament accounts, Malcolm Yarnell focuses on distinguishing characteristics of the person of the Holy Spirit himself—apart from his work in context of salvation and sanctification, or external signs and wonders.

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Title: Who Is the Holy Spirit?
By: Malcolm B. Yarnell
Format: Hardcover
Number of Pages: 155
Vendor: B&H Academic
Publication Date: 2019
Dimensions: 8 X 5 X .5 (inches)
Weight: 10 ounces
ISBN: 1535937513
ISBN-13: 9781535937511
Series: Hobbs College Library
Stock No: WW937513

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"Who the Holy Spirit is determines what the Holy Spirit does.

Who is the Holy Spirit? aims to help people see who the Holy Spirit is through Scripture’s description of him, offering biblical insights into the identity of the third person of the Trinity. With consideration for the Spirit’s identity derived from both Old and New Testament accounts, author Malcolm B. Yarnell focuses on identifying characteristics of the person of the Holy Spirit himself, rather than discussing the work of the Spirit solely in the context of salvation and sanctification, or external signs and wonders." 
 

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Malcolm B. Yarnell III is research professor of systematic theology at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas

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