Fourth Adult Doctrine Series Now Available

For many years, theologians used to speak of the Holy Spirit as the forgotten member of the Trinity.  With the advent of Pentecostalism and the Charismatic Movement in the last century, however, that is no longer the case.  Much attention has been given to the Holy Spirit, especially the miraculous gifts described in Scripture.  Matters of controversy aside, the Holy Spirit is vital, both in the life of the Christian and in the corporate Body of Christ.  He regenerates and indwells the believer, bearing witness to Christ, illuminating the Scriptures, guiding, and uttering prayers that are beyond our ability to verbalize.  He also superintends the Church, setting apart leaders, giving gifts, and empowering the work of evangelism.  This fourth course in the adult Sunday School series on basic Christian doctrines deals with the person and work of the Holy Spirit.  While addressing controversy when appropriate, it largely focuses on the teachings of Scripture concerning the Third Person of the Trinity and His role, not only among Christians, both individually and corporately, but also in the world at large, where He “convicts of sin, righteousness, and judgment.”