The Ways of Our God: An Approach to Biblical Theology

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CHAPTER 5: THE SPIRIT

OLD TESTAMENT: PROCLAMATION
5–1. THE SPIRIT OF THE LORD
5–1.1. WHITHER SHALL I GO FROM YOUR SPIRIT?
a. Wind, Breath, Spirit
b. God as Spirit
c. His Holy Spirit
5–1.2. THE CREATED ORDER: CREATION
5–1.3. THE CREATED ORDER: WISDOM
5–1.4. THE HISTORICAL ORDER: DIVINE CARE
5–1.5. THE HISTORICAL ORDER: HUMAN LEADERSHIP
a. Ecstasy
b. Prophecy
c. Transferring of the Spirit

OLD TESTAMENT: PROMISE
5–2. I WILL POUR OUT MY SPIRIT
5–2.1. BY THE SPIRIT OF THE LORD
5–2.2. THE PROMISE OF THE SPIRIT
5–2.3. THE SPIRIT AND GOD’S PEOPLE
5–2.4. THE SPIRIT AND GOD’S SERVANT
5–2.5. THE SPIRIT AND A NEW CREATION

NEW TESTAMENT: FULFILLMENT
5–3. ALL FILLED WITH THE HOLY SPIRIT
5–3.1. THE PROMISE OF THE SPIRIT
a. The Lucan Infancy Narrative
b. John the Baptist
5–3.2. JESUS AND THE SPIRIT
a. The Teaching of Jesus
i. The Help of the Spirit
ii. The Blasphemy against the Holy Spirit
b. The Spirit of the Lord Is upon Me
5–3.3. THE GIVING OF THE SPIRIT
a. All Were Given the One Spirit to Drink
b. The Rush of a Mighty Wind
c. Receive the Holy Spirit
i. The Paraclete
ii. He Breathed on Them
iii. Worship in Spirit
5–3.4. THE GIFTS OF THE SPIRIT
a. Varieties of Gifts
b. The Gift of Tongues
c. Testing the Spirits
i. Test Everything
ii. Give Me This Power
iii. Do Not Believe Every Spirit
5–3.5. SPIRIT, SON, AND FATHER
a. The Holy Spirit
b. Spirit of God/Spirit of Christ

NEW TESTAMENT: CONSUMMATION
5–4. HIS SPIRIT AS A GUARANTEE
5–4.1. I WAS IN THE SPIRIT
5–4.2. HE HAS GIVEN US HIS SPIRIT
5–4.3. THE SPIRIT AS THE FIRST INSTALMENT
5–4.4. THE SPIRIT AS THE FIRST FRUITS
5–4.5. THE SPIRIT AS A SEAL
5–5. THE SPIRIT: THEOLOGICAL REFLECTIONS

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