A High View of the Holy Spirit

TMS Staff | August 4, 2016

Recently, the seminary posted faculty videos related to its core doctrinal commitments. The six videos in this series center on Pneumatology, and the commitment at TMS to a high view of the Person and work of the Holy Spirit.

In this opening video, Dr. Bryan Murphy explains the Holy Spirit’s role in the inspiration of Scripture.

Dr. Irv Busenitz discusses the Spirit’s work of illumination.

Dr. Greg Harris highlights the Holy Spirit’s work of regeneration.

Prof. Michael Riccardi addresses some areas of potential confusion regarding the Holy Spirit’s work of sanctification.

Dr. Nathan Busenitz further develops the theme of sanctification.

Dr. Busenitz concludes this series by explaining the seminary’s perspective on the cessation of the spiritual gifts of apostleship, prophecy, tongues, and healing.


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