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Discerning the Spirit in Life: a Review of God the Spirit By Michael Welker

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In contrast to all so-called natural pneumatologies, it has... become clear that the Spirit does not 'somehow or other' enlist the services of 'everything'. Instead, the Spirit who acts in the fullness of time 'rests' decisively on the selfless, suffering, and despised Messiah... But in contrast to all 'pneumatologies of the "beyond"', it has become clear that God's Spirit acts in, on, and through fleshly, perishable, earthly life, and precisely in this way wills to attest to God's glory and to reveal the forces of eternal life.1

Affiliations: 1: Southeastern College, 1000 Longfellow Blvd, Lakeland, FL 33647, USA


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