Great book for gaining a greater understanding the role of the Holy Spirit in our lives.
What really would be interesting is to see if there are some books along this line that get us deeper into Pinnock's background.
I don't know about everything he has written but I think every denomination would be encouraged and blessed by this book.
This book is broken down in such a way that I was not over whelmed with information. I am using this book for my Theology of the Holy Spirit class. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Darrell Bennett
By viewing the Holy Spirit as the centrepiece of God’s cosmic plan, Pinnock re-examines several doctrines from a renewed viewpoint, including the doctrine of creation, the church,... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Scott AllendeVaux
Great book for gaining a greater understanding the role of the Holy Spirit in our lives. It is a must read.Published 9 months ago by John
This book was a requirement for school and it is outstanding. So much information I don't know where to start. I'm glad my professor made this book a requirement.Published 17 months ago by Ann M. Calvin
Pinnock presents an excellent theological work related to the person of the Holy Spirit. His apporoach is clear and mentions the perspective of the early church writters with an... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Ricardo Medina
It's a theology book about the Holy Spirit written on the knees rather than at a desk. Highly recommend for hungry people for more of God in the their livesPublished 18 months ago by Maggie Salisbury
So I bought this book for a class on Pentecostal Spirituality, at a Pentecostal school, and I am not a Pentecostal. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Alex Ramsey
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Pinnock's writing style is to repeat the same thing over and over again with minor variations until I wanted to chuck the book through a window. Read morePublished on January 17, 2011 by ExtrovertedQuaker