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The only extended treatment of the Holy Spirit by Jesus is found in
In Acts 5, Peter identified the Holy Spirit with God as he deals with the deception by
Ananias and Sapphira.
The term used for the Holy Spirit, "parakletos", means
Counselor or advocate.
The Holy Spirit is linked with both the Father and the Son in Matthew 28:19, which speaks of
The baptismal formula.
Regarding the relationship between Jesus and the Holy Spirit there is
No evidence of growth of the Holy Spirit's presence in Jesus's life.
At Pentecost, Peter quoted a prophecy regarding the coming of the Holy Spirit from the Old Testament prophet
The outbreak of Pentecostalism in meetings organized by a black holiness preacher, William J. Seymour, beginning in 1906 in Los Angeles came to be known as the
Azusa Street meetings.
The most prominent charismatic group that flourished in the latter half of the second century was known as the
The term charismata basically means
Speaking in tongues is also referred to as
The view that Christianity is true and that only those who overtly subscribe to its beliefs and practices receive salvation is
The view that salvation is only through Jesus Christ or the church but that there may be people who are Christians without being consciously involved in Christianity is
Pluralism teaches that
All religions are actually speaking of the same thing, so that the different religions are simply alternate routes leading to the same goal.
A pneumatological (Holy Spirit-based) approach to theology of religions has been proposed by
Understanding the medium of salvation to be a physical object is the view of
A theology for which the basic problem of society is oppression and exploitation of the powerless by the powerful is
The Death of God theologians might be described as the
Primary proponents of secular theology in the United States.
"Religionless Christianity" was a view developed by
Karl Rainer refers to non-Christians who are "related" to the church, particularly to the Catholic Church, as
The theology that emphasizes salvation as a response to God's call to live authentically and abandon self and illusory security is
Reprobation is the negative side of
God's choice of individuals for eternal life or eternal death is
According to some Arminians, God's grace that is given universally to counteract the effect of sin is
The view that those who, being unable to respond to any offer of grace, are elect by God's choice is the
Calvinistic view of predestination.
The view that those who are predestined by God are those who in his infinite knowledge he is able to foresee will accept the offer of salvation is the
Arminian view of predestination.
Double predestination means that
God chooses some to be saved and others to be lost.
Is synonymous with "special calling."
Regarding God's calling and choosing,
There is a distinction between calling and choosing.
The act of turning from one's sin in repentance and turning to Christ in faith is
God's transformation of individual believers-his giving a new spiritual vitality and direction to their lives when they accept Christ-is
A sinful individual's act of both assenting to facts about Christ and trusting in him is
The theologian who, in writing about discipleship, referred to "cheap grace" is
Among descriptions of our union with Christ, the most adequate is that it is
God's action of pronouncing sinners righteous in his sight.
To say that justification is a declarative action of God means that it is
A three-party transaction.
With regard to one's position of favor with God, transfer from the status of alienation and hostility to that of acceptance and favor is
A view that arose in the later twentieth century suggesting that Paul's doctrine of justification was not a central doctrine but a doctrine developed to deal with specific issues is
The new perspective on Paul.
The continuing work of God in the life of believers, making them actually holy, is
The two basic senses of the word "sanctification" are moral goodness and
Among other things, 1 Peter 2:9 refers to readers as a
The final stage of salvation that involves the perfecting of the spiritual nature and bodies of believers, as well as the transformation of the entire creation, is
The view of perseverance, in which salvation must be permanent for those who have been chosen as elect by God, is the
The view that humans are free beings and that some believers may fall away and thus lose their salvation is the
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