The Beauty and Glory of the Holy Spirit (Beeke, ed.)

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The essays in The Beauty and Glory of the Holy Spirit both exalt and revel in the third person of the Trinity. Through an assortment of studies - categorized according to their biblical, doctrinal, historical, or pastoral focus - this book sets before readers the inestimable ministry of the blessed Holy Spirit. Contributors include David Murray, Geoffrey Thomas, John Thackway, Malcolm Watts, Gerald Bilkes, Michael Barrett, John Carrick, George Knight, Morton Smith, Ian Hamilton, William Shishko, William VanDoodewaard, Joel R. Beeke, Joseph Morecraft, Ryan McGraw, and Joseph Pipa.

Table of Contents:

Biblical Studies

1. The Greatest Revival in the Old TestamentDavid Murray
2. The Father’s Gift of the Holy Spirit Geoffrey Thomas
3. How the Holy Spirit is “another Comforter”  — John Thackway
4. The Ministry of the Spirit in Glorifying Christ — Malcolm Watts
5. Precursors to PentecostGerald Bilkes
6. The Outpouring of the Spirit: Anticipated, Fulfilled, Available — Michael Barrett
7. Spirit and Revival  — John Carrick
8. Cessation of the Gifts — George Knight
9. The Supply of the Spirit of JesusJohn Thackway

Doctrinal Studies

10. Person of the Holy Spirit — Morton Smith
11. The Love of the SpiritGeoffrey Thomas
12. Regeneration & Conversion — Ian Hamilton
13. SanctificationIan Hamilton
14. Witness & Seal of the Spirit — William Shishko
15. The Ordinary and Extraordinary Witness of the Spirit  — Malcolm Watts

Historical Theological Studies

16. The Holy Spirit in the Early ChurchWilliam VanDoodewaard
17. Richard Sibbes on Entertaining the Holy SpiritJoel R. Beeke
18. Westminster Standards & the Spirit Joseph Morecraft
19. John Owen on the Spirit — Ryan McGraw

Pastoral Study

20. Spirit & Preaching — Joseph Pipa


21. KJV Text, Translation, and TraditionMichael Barrett


"What a rich compilation of studies is gathered together in this volume! The doctrine of the Holy Spirit is set before us in all its grandeur from biblical, doctrinal, historical, and pastoral perspectives, giving us a theological feast that is both attractive and satisfying. In these days in which the Spirit's ministry in the church is identified either with extraordinary phenomena or emotional experiences, this book guides us to a biblical understanding of the Spirit as the one who exalts the Incarnate Word through the written Word, and applies redemption to those for whom Christ dies. Enjoy the banquet." - Iain D. Campbell, pastor of the Free Church of Scotland in Point on the Isle of Lewis, Scotland