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The Indwelling, Baptism, and Infilling With the Holy Spirit: a Differentation of Terms

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The baptism with the Holy Spirit is the most distinctive and disputed doctrine of Pentecostalism. The hallmark of Pentecostalism has been the distinction made between the first and subsequent works of the Spirit in the believer. The chief aim here is the examination of the Biblical teaching of the indwelling, baptism, and infilling with the Holy Spirit. While the study of these theological concerns is only cursory, I do propose to draw some observations from our investigation of the Pentecostal doctrine of the baptism with the Holy Spirit and show its relation to the indwelling and infilling with the Spirit.

Affiliations: 1: Church of God Graduate School of Christian Ministries, Cleveland, Tennessee


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