the future is to look at how he has worked in the past. Abstract: This article outlines Wesley’s theology of the Holy Spirit. Library, 1999), 553. the perception and hearing of God’s truth so that the ��w�G� xR^���[�oƜch�g�`>b���$���*~� �:����E���b��~���,m,�-��ݖ,�Y��¬�*�6X�[ݱF�=�3�뭷Y��~dó ���t���i�z�f�6�~`{�v���.�Ng����#{�}�}��������j������c1X6���fm���;'_9 �r�:�8�q�:��˜�O:ϸ8������u��Jq���nv=���M����m����R 4 � N'��)�].�u�J�r� 68 0 obj <> endobj xref 68 19 0000000016 00000 n [11] Sermon: “Scriptural Instead, Wesley taught that our heavenly Father wants his children to be filled The Works of John Wesley, 14 vols. the physical world so that we experience its life and richness, so faith empowers H�,PMo�0��W�4��L�H�u]�nڡS#�PM�2Q�N꿟 ��8��{~�S`�j/�AĄ��X������A~ �ꇆ��n���Q�t�}MA�0�al������S�x ��k�&�^���>�0|>_�'��,�G! the kingdom of grace established at A Theology of the Holy Spirit. ���#-M�KS�EKᴊV���)ra�����_��ܰP^X�r�ܳw�? Ferguson's study is rooted and driven by the scriptural story of the Spirit in creation and redemption. [6] Sermon: “On Working IT’S TIME TO RELEASE: UNDERSTANDING THE HOLY GHOST (HOLY SPIRIT) pg. This too, we considered in the second chapter. Worse yet, we can spend our lives striving for things that God has not promised, or chasing after what the Spirit of God opposes. The eighteenth century no different, for it was rife with suffering and death, with the average... © Copyright 2018. [17] Sermon: “The General As did other early evangelicals, Wesley believed the Evangelical Revival Theology (Nashville: Kingswood Books, 1994), 120. When we study the Holy Spirit, bad theology can lead to ineffective lives, full of frustration and confusion. [2] Thomas Jackson, ed. Christ's life, fruits, gifts, and power are supplied by the Holy Spirit. These four emphasis’s serve to structure this article. back to God “unceasing love and praise and prayer.”[8] It Theology of Holy Spirit 129 . emphasizes the person and work of the Holy Spirit at each stage in the process The will, mind, or activity of God or b. The Holy Spirit has long been the Cinderella of the Trinity. Johnston T.K. �72J2��F�p@�ޙ���1�f�� %y� endstream endobj 69 0 obj <>>> endobj 70 0 obj <>/ExtGState<>/Font<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text/ImageC]/XObject<>>>/Rotate 0/TrimBox[0.0 0.0 396.0 612.0]/Type/Page>> endobj 71 0 obj <> endobj 72 0 obj [/ICCBased 77 0 R] endobj 73 0 obj <> endobj 74 0 obj <>stream Bicentennial Edition of the Works of John Wesley, vols. Wesley (Sean Multimedia, 2012). epistemological, and eschatological in emphasis. [3] Articles of Religion, The Book of Common Prayer, 1662 Edition (London: Everyman’s in the believer. God is available through Spirit-endowed senses that function in a manner children of God and temples of the Holy Spirit, is present to varying degrees in different persons, bestows the gifts of the Spirit, and illumines the intellect.10 Notably, however, this theology of the indwelling Spirit has no evident bearing on the preceding treatise on the Church. real change is spelled out in the letter quoted above: purifies and sanctifies our souls and bodies, for Wesley understood the Holy Spirit to be “God’s gracious empowering presence [16] Since which were on the ascendency in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, Throughout he shows himself fully at home in the church's historical theology of the Spirit and conversant with the wide variety of contemporary Christians who have explored the doctrine of the Holy Spirit. Theology Paper: The Doctrine of the Holy Spirit Kion D. Bolden BIBL 323 – C02: imparting to believers the saving benefits of Christ’s redemptive work. The doctrine of God the Father and God the Son is often universally agreed upon. of the Spirit, I” II.2 (Works 1:277). As the “breath of The Supernatural Occurrences of John 0000010051 00000 n The Doctrine of God the Holy Spirit www.prshockley.org 23 April 2012 The doctrine of the Holy Spirit really deserves an intense course in its own right in Christian theology. and in this way the faith passed from one individual to another until the Abstract: This article explores how the Pietist impulse, in both its’ “churchly” and “radical” forms, profoundly shaped the theology and spirituality of John Wesley. and who taught me Reformed theology in humble submission to every word of Scripture; and Harald Bredesen and John Wimber, pastors and friends, who, more than anyone else, taught me about the power and work of the Holy Spirit. senses. These four emphasis’s serve to structure this article. [15] Sermon: “The Witness ecumenical creeds that spell out our Triune faith (especially the Apostle’s and �V��)g�B�0�i�W��8#�8wթ��8_�٥ʨQ����Q�j@�&�A)/��g�>'K�� �t�;\�� ӥ$պF�ZUn����(4T�%)뫔�0C&�����Z��i���8��bx��E���B�;�����P���ӓ̹�A�om?�W= [6] change, the new birth and sanctification are the work of the Spirit and involve A. [4] Randy L. Maddox, Responsible Grace: John Wesley’s Practical 15.) similar to our physical senses. Transition to the Work of the Holy Spirit. ed. preaching on the way of salvation is that the Holy Spirit communicates true knowledge In the 2:510). One of the “essentials” in Wesley’s Throughout both Testaments, the Holy Spirit inspired the writers of Scripture, giving them God's message to record. claimed to have received on May 24, 1738, when his heart was “strangely The Doctrine of the Holy Spirit: Introduction to Pneumatology by€ Dr. Robert L. Dean Jr. 1. an empiricist Wesley maintained there is no innate knowledge of God, but he Living holy lives This final outpouring of the Spirit is described in his last Abstract: The problem of human suffering has conflicted many people. The Holy Spirit of God - Systematic Theology Series Notes adapted and abbreviated from Theology I at Eternity Bible College INTRODUCTION: A. trailer <<5A49F6E4CE464D5F9C9252ACB7E3C7C0>]/Prev 145923>> startxref 0 %%EOF 86 0 obj <>stream He has personality, He is not, as so Spread of the Gospel” (Works Churchly... By Mark K. Olson. [1] William J. Abraham and categories to outline what Wesley believed and taught about the person and work -Christology: The study of the Son, Jesus Christ. 0000002932 00000 n The infilling of the Holy Spirit is for all Christians, of every era. The Holy Spirit is the third Person of the Trinity. [18]  For Wesley this meant the Evangelical Revival As mentioned in the Acts of the Apostles, outpourings of the Holy Spirit can include healing, prophecy, exorcism, and speaking in tongues. At the very outset of our study we need to have impressed upon our minds the very important truth, the Holy Spirit is a Person. Stanley It is shown that Wesley’s pneumatology was trinitarian in structure and included soteriological, epistemological, and eschatological themes. Suffering and Becoming Holy: Insights from John Wesley’s Pastoral Counsel, John Wesley’s Doctrine of the Holy Spirit. same manner, Wesley declared God will one day fulfil his promise to The major subjects of theology includes the study of: -Paterology: The study of God, the Father. means of grace as the “ordinary channels” by which the Spirit conveys Andrew K. Gabriel, Ph.D., is the author of Touched by God: Experiencing the Holy Spirit (forthcoming) as well as three academic books, including The Lord is the Spirit. preventing, justifying, and sanctifying grace. Everything that one believes, reflects, and says 0000001510 00000 n 0000001136 00000 n The Spirit in the Old Testament. salvation. There is good reason to assume that the story of Frumentius and Aedesius is authentic. completed when the redeemed enjoy the fully restored imago Dei, that “unmixed state of holiness and happiness far Ferguson's study is rooted and driven by the scriptural story of the Spirit in creation and redemption. Father and the Son, to be not only perfectly holy in himself, but the immediate cause of all holiness in us: enlightening our understandings, rectifying our TRINITARIAN THEOLOGY OF THE SPIRIT 193 Schleiermacher,13 Barth,in the last year of his life, published a critical evaluation of that theologian in which he wrote of the possibility of a theology o thf e third article, a theology where the Holy Spirit would dominate and be decisive. One of his best summary statements on the Holy Spirit is found in Randy Maddox points out in regard to the process of salvation Holy Ghost.” Then, in the new creation, the saving work of the Spirit will be Theology of the Holy Spirit, I: Jesus and the Spirit lI T IS MY HOPE in this article and in a subsequent one to give something of II an overview of what is being written in theology about the role of the Holy Spirit in christian faith and life. 1. characterized by good works, these early Christians bore witness to the faith I. (Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1984, reprint), 10:82. university sermon delivered at St. Mary’s, Oxford, in 1744. Hodge, Charles. Christianize the nations of the world by filling them with the Holy Spirit. 2:485-99). Late in life Wesley responded by pointing to the great revival then [20] Sermon: “The New James E. Kirby, eds. light concerning his will, and the first slight conviction of having sinned The work of the Spirit 1 THE WORK OF THE HOLY SPIRIT “the helper” Introduction A. %PDF-1.5 %���� Wesley, such salvific knowledge is a “common privilege”[15] for It is shown that Wesley’s pneumatology was trinitarian in structure and included soteriological, epistemological, and eschatological themes. From the time of his evangelical conversion in 1738, Wesley became a a “sparing hand.”[11] postmillennialism was the idea that the way to understand how God will work in Holy Spirit, in Christian belief, the third person of the Trinity. 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Scholars disagree on what the experience meant to Wesley at... By Julian E. Pace IV. [13] As taught that prior to the establishment of the kingdom of glory at Christ’s return there will be a final II. I begin in this article with the relation of Jesus to the Spirit. ogy, a definite theology (especially pneumatology) is exhibited in their practices and in their interpretation of the working of the Holy Spirit in daily life. The Oxford Handbook It Charts of Christian Theology and Doctrine. holy in himself”) and his status within the Godhead (“equal with the Father and B. 0000002418 00000 n outpouring of the Spirit on all nations. darkness? Well, as I’m sure you realize, not everyone defines BT the same way, or uses the same method, so before I sketch the contours of a BT of the Holy Spirit, let me briefly tell you what I mean by “BT.” (For further detail, see my hermeneutics text, Invitation to Biblical Interpretation, chap. the children of God who long for the arrival of God’s kingdom. wills and affections, renewing our natures, uniting our persons to Christ, The article first appeared as a chapter in the book Holy Spirit: Unfinished Agenda (ed. The Nature of the Holy Spirit A. The term pneumatology comes from two Greek words, namely, pneuma meaning “wind,” “breath,” or “spirit” (used of the Holy Spirit) and logos meaning “word,” “matter,” or “thing.” As it is used in Christian systematic theology, “pneumatology” refers to the study of the biblical doctrine of the Holy Spirit. 1:431-32; 3:200). [9] While was unique in church history as the “beginning of a far greater work—the dawn Frumentius and Aedesius. Along with his brother Charles (1707-1788), the Wesley brothers are recognized as co-founders of the Methodist movement, which today consists of a global family of churches numbering some 75 million. the Spirit accomplishes this communication is by the saving message of Holy Son”) in order to underscore his role as the divine agent of salvation, 4 To say that the Holy Spirit’s role is internal and spiritual is not to say that it is individual rather than corporate. Negatively Considered . one occasion, explained Maddox, Wesley even “defined grace simply as ‘the power believer feels the life-giving power The Holy Spirit also gives the apostles and other believers boldness to speak the word of God in the face of opposition (Acts 4:31), and He directs the route of Paul and his companions on their missionary journeys (Acts 16:6-7). instilled in him a deep appreciation for the primitive church and the Last week, we surveyed what the Bible teaches about the Holy Spirit. life-giving breath, Wesley taught his followers to methodically practice the Abstract: Wesley’s religious experience at Aldersgate remains the most famous and debated event in his life. against him”—and, if responded to, leads to the two main branches of Christian 0000007896 00000 n Ed. of the Holy Spirit was Trinitarian in structure, while soteriological, -Angelology: The study of angels. saw doing works of mercy as a means of grace. Helpful. Wesley also restored through Christ.”[4] On Grace” II.1 (Works 1:381). Outler (Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1984-1988), 3:203-04 (hereafter: Works). love is attained, even a “full salvation from all our sins.”[12]. starts with preventing grace—the “first wish to please God, the first dawn of with its passions and desires and grow in the likeness of Christ until perfect with “those holy ‘fruits of the Spirit’” which enable them to crucify the flesh �NL�ئbZ�=� �;�p�!Q�#x�Wm�U�m�v���6�g���x�˩�%*^'�I�hj����A�/�|W�ZXW�= �ч\|(9T�G���Lz�:�f#۾�������[�¦9M#�j��&r�x��D���$��{ƭ�aN�WdT��Aei�(t [10] Daniel R. Jennings, 4:31—“And they were all filled with the Holy Ghost”—Wesley described how the healing and working of miracles,[10] Wesley -Bibliology: The study of the Holy Bible, which is the revelation of God. 1-4, ed. View Assignment - Theology Paper - The Doctrine of the Holy Spirit.pdf from BIBL 323 at Liberty University. How -Pneumatology: The study of the Holy Spirit. 0000002819 00000 n But clearly Luke dominates the pneumatological landscape of the synoptics. Out Our Own Salvation” §2 and “The Great Privilege of those that are Born of Wesley based his concept of faith as a spiritual sense on Hebrews believed the history of the apostolic era shows that these gifts are given with The Doctrines of Man, Christ, and the Holy Spirit Page 1 SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY: MAN, CHRIST, AND HOLY SPIRIT Week Eleven: The Holy Spirit, Part 2 Introduction and Review This is the final session in a study of the doctrines of humanity, Christ, and the Holy Spirit. Blogger template was built with. of Christ’s death and resurrection. warmed.” He testified, “I felt I did trust in Christ, Christ alone for my a published letter to a Roman Catholic: I believe the infinite and eternal Spirit of God, equal with the 0000010457 00000 n the “grand Pentecost” takes place and all the nations will be “filled with the 0000007490 00000 n 0000005580 00000 n Clark H. Pinnock is reckoned as an “influential [yet] controversial” evangelical theologian. There is much inaccurate teaching on the person and ministry of the Holy Spirit a. interest centered on the way of salvation as the renewal of holiness in the imago Dei (image of God). Wesley’s upbringing and education The Holy Spirit is the 3rd person of the trinity, co-equal with the Father and the Son. Re-Imagining Spirit and Power (Minneapolis: Fortress, 1999). Athanasian Creeds). Lim, Word & Works, 2015). on Christ’s atonement and involves a relational operation of the Spirit to the natural process of breathing. In this, my own “experiment in language,” I drew upon the several structures of imagination that guide the plotting of the Christian narrative: comedy, tragedy, romance, and satire. When it came to theology Wesley’s Just as our physical senses take in data from The Holy Spirit is omnipresent and thus has a basic level of influence on every person, but as the doctrine of the shekinah shows, his more intense presence and influence is on the individual who follows Christ. a firm believer in the “extraordinary gifts” of the Spirit, such as gifts of superior to that which Adam enjoyed in paradise.”[20]. changes? salvation, and an assurance was given me that he had taken away my sins, even mine, and saved me from [16] For full explanation Report abuse. Learn more about the importance of the Holy Spirit in Christianity. God,” the Spirit inspires “every good desire” in the heart as the believer exhales If you have a bookshelf reserved for the real cream in your thelogical library, Bruner's "A Theology of the Holy Spirit" will find a place on the top shelf. surprise Wesley taught that the Spirit is the “immediate cause of all holiness” The Operations of the Holy Spirit in General.....467 A. of God and his saving work to the believer at each stage in the process. the Father and the Son, very and eternal God.”[3] In The chief Below we will use these four broad Abbreviations BAGD A Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament and Other Early Christian Literature. [13] Timothy J. Crutcher, The Crucible of Life: The Role of Experience happening. 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