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Spirit Christology: Seeing in Stereo

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In light of recent discussions in this journal and the wider debate over pneumatology, Habets presents a proposal for a Trinitarian Spirit Christology that may satisfy the concerns of contemporary Roman Catholicism, Evangelicalism and Pentecostalism alike. Habets holds that a Trinitarian Spirit Christology satisfies the requirements for a biblical Christology when it is seen not as a replacement for but a complement to the existing Logos Christology. By building on the work of contemporary Roman Catholic, Pentecostal and Reformed theologians, a Spirit Christology holds out significant promise for the future of Spirit talk. A comprehensive Spirit Christology must fulfil certain christological criteria and will necessitate a revised trinitarian model, both of which Habets outlines in this essay.

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2003-04-01
2015-03-31

Affiliations: 1: Bible College of New Zealand, Private Bag 93104, Henderson, Auckland 1231, New Zealand

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