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Delphi and Jerusalem: Two Spirits or Holy Spirit? A Review of John R. Levison’s Filled with the Spirit

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Levison presents a sweeping panoramic overview of the Holy Spirit throughout Scripture while noting significant Greco-Roman, Jewish, and Christian parallels. The Spirit is the life force animating humans, the agent of regeneration, and the source of prophetic inspiration and power. Levison identifies distinct pneumatological trajectories that show a continuity in the Spirit traditions that are clarified and enhanced as they move through the Christian tradition. But how indebted is the Church to Greco-Roman spirit-concepts for her pneumatology?

Affiliations: 1: Oral Roberts University Tulsa, Oklahoma, Email: jshelton@oru.edu

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Levison presents a sweeping panoramic overview of the Holy Spirit throughout Scripture while noting significant Greco-Roman, Jewish, and Christian parallels. The Spirit is the life force animating humans, the agent of regeneration, and the source of prophetic inspiration and power. Levison identifies distinct pneumatological trajectories that show a continuity in the Spirit traditions that are clarified and enhanced as they move through the Christian tradition. But how indebted is the Church to Greco-Roman spirit-concepts for her pneumatology?

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