The Doctrine of the Holy Spirit in Global Theology—A Chinese Perspective
Imprint: Pickwick Publications
“Peter Tie and Justin Tan are to be congratulated on bringing together nine talented writers to provide a thoughtful and symphonic approach to the person and work of the Holy Spirit in global theology. Throughout the pages of Spirit Wind, readers are given a multi-perspective look at this key doctrine from the vantage points of biblical theology, historical theology, and cultural/pastoral theology. Shaped by an unapologetic commitment to scriptural authority as well as a particular focus on Chinese theology, this engaging volume will be a blessing for theologians and missiologists as well as for pastors and students.”
—David S. Dockery, President, International Alliance for Christian Education, and Distinguished Professor of Theology, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
“Several years ago, the president of the Society for New Testament Studies spoke of Chinese as one of the important emerging languages for theological discourse. Happily for many of us, the present book is in English, but it offers valuable perspectives relevant for all those interested in biblical, theological, and cultural voices of the global church.”
—Craig S. Keener, F. M. and Ada Thompson Professor of Biblical Studies, Asbury Theological Seminary
“What does the Holy Spirit have to say today? Spirit Wind argues we should listen to the Spirit, whether carefully reading the Bible, rehearsing the witness of history, or leading believers to address the needs of the world now. The lead essay by Peter Tie is a masterpiece which should be read by all Christian teachers, while others unfold the riches of Chinese Christianity. Take up and read!”
—Malcolm B. Yarnell III, author of God the Trinity and Who Is the Holy Spirit?