Leading evangelist Billy Graham has written an inspiring and thought-provoking work based on his personal quest to understand the most mysterious and difficult aspect of the Trinity. After a discussion with a noted Swiss theologian, Dr. Graham began a study of the Bible to see what is said about the Holy Spirit. As he progressed through his examination, he became concerned by the "misunderstanding and even ignorance in some Christian circles concerning the Third Person of the Trinity." The Holy Spirit was written with an eye towards clarifying any misconceptions. Using Biblical passages to illustrate his points, Dr. Graham helps the reader to understand the power of the Holy Spirit and His relevance in everyday life. Thorough, yet accessible, Billy Graham's The Holy Spirit is an intimate look at this cornerstone of faith. Jack Garrett's commanding narration will leave listeners with the sense of having a personal conversation with a learned friend.
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by Billy Graham
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"The third member of the Holy Trinity is arguably the least understood of the three, even among learned theologians. Dr. Graham conducts a thorough study, using biblical passages and the writings of other scholars on the subject. Jack Garrett presents Graham's work in a style far different from the renowned oratorical style of the author. Rather than preaching, Garrett clarifies. He meditates. He discusses the work. While his pacing and style present a calm and thoughtful approach, he maintains an inspired involvement in the text that brings the listener clearly through its scholarly lines of reasoning. With Graham's clear and inviting insight, and Garrett's warm and compelling presentation, listeners will finish the book with an understanding and appreciation of the Holy Spirit. R.P.L. (c) AudioFile 2002, Portland, Maine"
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