Resources on the Divine Person of the Holy Spirit
Is the Holy Spirit an “it”?
The Holy Spirit isn't given a personal name like “Jesus,” isn't mentioned in Paul’s “grace and peace” salutations, and so on. So what?
“The Holy Spirit will come upon you, and the power of the Most High will overshadow you.” Does this mean that the Holy Spirit is an impersonal power of God?
The Hebrew and Greek words for “Spirit” come from roots meaning air, breath, or wind. So, is the Holy Spirit God’s breath?
A simple outline giving an overview of biblical texts pertaining to the deity and person of the Holy Spirit.
Compares the Mormon view with the Bible on these four questions: What is the “gift of the Holy Spirit”? Is a ritual required to receive the gift? Who can give us this gift? And, How can we recognize the Holy Spirit?
Problems concerning the LDS view of the person of the Holy Ghost (i.e., the Holy Spirit), whether he dwells in the hearts of believers, and other concerns with the Mormon view of his work.
An academic-level paper on the person of the Holy Spirit, divided into six parts. Click on the link above for an overview and links to each part of the article.
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