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By Anthony C. Thiselton

Anthony Thiselton’s scholarly e-book The Holy Spirit — In Biblical instructing, during the Centuries, and Today was once released to extensive acclaim in 2013 and got a 2014 Christianity Today publication Award. This shorter quantity makes Thiselton’s colossal biblical-theological wisdom and incredible perception extra available to extra readers.

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