Talk:Holy Spirit

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The Holy Spirit is usually refered to as the third "Person" of the Trinity. While "aspect" may seem to make sense, it doesn't match current usage. Learn together

That's not how I learned it - granted, that was a long time ago and in French. Ah well, no big deal. PFoster 00:20, 16 July 2007 (EDT)

That's how I learned it too. Lmcandrews 09:31, 22 April 2009 (EDT)

Work of the Holy Spirit

1. Creation

           Genesis 1.2
           Psalm 104.29-30

2. In Inspiration

           Old Testament
                  2 Timothy.3.16
                  2 Peter 1.20-21  
           New Testament
                  John 14.26; 16.13

3. In Salvation

                  John 16.8
                  Acts 2.37-42; 24.25
                   John 3.1-8;  6.63
                   Titus 3.5
                   II Corinthians 1.22
                   Ephesians 1.13-14
                   Romans 8.16
                   I John 4.13

4. In Sanctification

           Romans 8.16
           Galatians 5.16-26


Interesting citation here:

  • "the Spirit of God is the Spirit of Christ Romans 8:9."

Paul does not use Spirit of Jesus, Spirit of Jesus Christ, or Spirit of Christ Jesus.

I guess one can only conclude, taking all Paul's writings together, that the Spirit of Christ existed before Jesus was born. RobSTrump 2Q2Q 17:17, 2 July 2020 (EDT)


For all the spam and garbage on this page about Roman Catholicism vs. Orthodoxy and Roman Catholicism vs Protestantism, there is nothing, NOTHING - about Holy Spirit baptism - which is what the New Testament teaches.

Instead, it opens with the ludicrous idea that a "formal doctrine of the Holy Spirit" wasn't developed until 300 years after Jesus Christ (and only then by men, not God), cause apparently Jesus and the New Testament writers were too stupid to communicate what they meant when they wrote and spoke of the Holy Spirit and Holy Spirit baptism.

Dataclarifier's contributions here I personally would classify as "doubtful disputations" and recommend be to excised and moved to Essay space, unless Satan or God or whoever he owes allegiance to motivates him to come here and defend this deceptive nonsense. RobSTrump 2Q2Q 18:54, 2 July 2020 (EDT)


I think there is a section in one of the gospels (I think it is the Gospel According To Saint John) where Jesus says "Who ever blasphemes against me will be forgiven, but whoever blasphemes against the Holy Spirit will never be forgiven". Carltonio (talk) 12:00, 26 September 2020 (EDT)