Where and how is the Holy Spirit at work in our world?
The Holy Spirit is invoked in scripture, sermons, and bible studies, but do we really know how to recognize the Spirit's presence and activity in the world? What does it mean that the Holy Spirit is at work among us? How and where do we read the signs of the power of the Holy Spirit in our lives and the world? One of this country's most dynamic teachers of the New Testament, Amos Yong offers this incisive look at what the apostles have to say.
Beginning with Luke, the most illuminating Gospel writer on the topic, Yong offers a series of meditations on Luke and Acts to show how the winds of the Spirit blew in the lives of Jesus, his disciples, and the earliest Christiansall so that we can see and participate in the work of the Spirit today.
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About the Author
Amos Yong is J. Rodman Williams Professor of Theology at Regent University School of Divinity in Virginia Beach, where he also directs the PhD in Renewal Studies program. He earned his PhD from Boston University. He has authored over a dozen books including The Spirit of Creation: Modern Science and Divine Action in the Pentecostal-Charismatic Imagination. This book grew out of a much-discussed article that he wrote in 2006 for Christianity Today titled "A Wind that Swirls Everywhere."