THE SPIRIT OF GOD: A SOTERIOLOGICAL METAPHOR IN BIBLICAL HISTORY AND ITS SIGNIFICANCE FOR US TODAY

Klaus Nürnberger

Abstract


This paper was prepared for a meeting of the South African Theological Society on the
relation between Christ and the Holy Spirit. When it comes to inner-trinitarian
relationships, Systematic Theology tends to hover off into the higher realms of
metaphysical speculation. The rationale of the paper was to offer at least some biblical
grounding for the ensuing discussions. On the one hand it attempts to give a bird's eye view
of the biblical witness concerning the Spirit of God. On the other hand it asks some nasty
methodological questions.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7833/79-0-773

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