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Rushdoony on the Doctrine of the Holy Spirit, from “Systematic Theology” (Part 4)

The Spirit and Bezaleel [I]t is definitely not enough to hold to a unified view of man’s nature, although such a view is true. It is necessary to say that man is a creature, but this too is not enough. … Continue reading

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Rushdoony on “The Doctrine of the Holy Spirit,” from Systematic Theology (Part 3)

The Spirit of Jubilee When a man sees himself as made of two or three different substances, i.e., mind and body, or, mind, body, and soul or spirit, the consequences are serious. In his moral struggles, he can then reserve … Continue reading

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Rushdoony on “The Doctrine of the Holy Spirit,” from Systematic Theology (Part 2)

The Spirit and the Kingdom The free will advocates have reduced God to a beggar at man’s door, pleading with man to allow Him to enter. Such a view in effect makes man ultimate, or god. Others so insist on … Continue reading

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Rushdoony on “The Doctrine of the Holy Spirit,” from Systematic Theology (Part 1)

This is the first in a series of excerpts giving R. J. Rushdoony’s views on the person of the Holy Spirit. The Holy Ghost is God, so Christians should know Him and love well. The Giver of Life Without agreeing … Continue reading

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