Divine Nature and Personality of the Holy Spirit

John Owen Pneumatologia Book 1, ch. 3, pp. 65-92. The Divine Nature and Personality of the Holy Spirit Proved and Vindicated Ends of our consideration of the dispensation of the Spirit. We shall now proceed to the matter itself designed unto consideration—namely, the dispensation of the Spirit of God unto the church. And I shall… Read More Divine Nature and Personality of the Holy Spirit

The Trinity and the Importance of Extra-Biblical Terminology

“Hold fast the form of sound words, which thou hast heard of me, in faith and love which is in Christ Jesus.” (2 Timothy 1:13). Zacharias Ursinus Commentary on the Heidelberg Catechism, pp. 129-133. IV. WHAT DO THE TERMS ESSENCE, PERSON, AND TRINITY SIGNIFY, AND IN WHAT DO THEY DIFFER FROM EACH OTHER? Essence, from the Greek ουσια, signifies,… Read More The Trinity and the Importance of Extra-Biblical Terminology

A Refutation of the Omnipresence of Christ’s Human Nature

Girolamo Zanchi De Religione Christiana Fides Confession of Christian Religion pp. 391-419. Of the Resurrection of Christ Jesus from the Dead, his ascension into heaven, and sitting at God’s right hand, out of the first of Paul to the Ephesians. 1 God did effectually show the greatness of his power in Christ by raising him… Read More A Refutation of the Omnipresence of Christ’s Human Nature