The Deity of the Holy Spirit

George Smeaton

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

I.

Introductory Remarks Concerning the Trinity and the Holy Spirit

II.

THE BOOKS OF MOSES AND JOB

 

 

Man made to be the temple of the Holy Ghost

 

 

The Holy Spirit lost by the Fall

 

 

The restoration of the Spirit by a remedial economy

 

 

The covenant made with Abraham

 

 

The Law of Moses

 

 

From the time of Moses to David

 

 

From the rise of David to the exile

III.

THE TESTIMONY IN THE PROPHETS

IV.

FROM THE BEGINNING OF THE EXILE TO THE END OF THE O.T.

 

 

After the Babylonian exile

V.

THE TESTIMONY TO THE SPIRIT IN THE GOSPELS AND BOOK OF ACTS

 

 

The sayings of our Lord on the Spirit

 

 

The effusion of the Spirit on Pentecost

VI.

THE TESTIMONY TO THE SPIRIT IN THE APOSTOLICAL EPISTLES

 

 

The Testimony of the Apostle Paul

 

 

The Epistle to Corinth I

 

 

The Epistle to Corinth II

 

 

The Epistle to the Galatians

 

 

The Epistle to the Romans

 

 

The Epistle to the Ephesians

 

 

The Epistle to the Philippians

 

 

The Epistle to the Colossians

 

 

The Epistles to the Thessalonians

 

 

The Epistles to Timothy

 

 

The Epistle to the Hebrews

 

 

The Testimony of James

 

 

The Testimony of Peter

 

 

The Testimony of the Apostle Jude

 

 

The Testimony of the Apostle John

 

 

The Apocalypse



Author

“George Smeaton was ordained to the ministry of the Church of Scotland at Falkland in the Presbytery of Cupar in 1839. He was among those hundreds of ministers who came out at the Disruption in 1843 to form the Free Church of Scotland. Later he was appointed by Church to be professor in her College at Aberdeen (1854) and in 1857 he became professor of Exegetics in the New College, Edinburgh. He died on the 14th April, 1889. He was one of the brilliant galaxy of men on the staff of the Free Church College in Edinburgh a century ago. Principal John Macleod describes Smeaton as ‘the most eminent scholar of the set of young men who with McCheyne and the Bonars sat at the feet of Chalmers’”. - W.J. Grier

This particular series is taken from Smeaton's major work, The Doctrine of the Holy Spirit which was first published in 1882 and more recently republished by the Banner of Truth Trust.




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