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On the procession of the Holy Spirit

with a proposal for a synodical declaration thereupon. Sermon preached in Licoln Cathedral on Whitsunday, 1872

by Wordsworth, Christopher

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Published by Rivingtons in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Holy Spirit -- Procession

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby the Bishop of Lincoln.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination24 p.
    Number of Pages24
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22888568M
    OCLC/WorldCa13876676

    on the procession of the holy spirit. The words of Christ on which this discussion largely turns are these: "When the Comforter is come, whom I will send to you from the Father, even the Spirit of truth, who proceedeth from the Father" (John xv. 26). The proceeding of the Spirit from the Son is something the Son himself received from the Father. The procession of the Spirit is therefore ultimately rooted in the Father but goes through the Son. However, some Eastern Orthodox insist that to equate “through the Son” with “from the Son” is Author: Catholic Answers.

    Get this from a library! On the history of the doctrine of the procession of the Holy Spirit: from the Apostolic age to the death of Charlemagne.. [Henry Barclay Swete]. Forgotten Books, United States, Paperback. Book Condition: New. x mm. Language: English. Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Excerpt from On the Procession of the Holy Spirit With a Proposal for a Synodical Declaration Thereupon: Sermon Preached in Lincoln Cathedral on Whitsunday, John rb. When the Comforter is come.

    In the book of the Acts of the Apostles the arrival of the Holy Spirit happens fifty days after the resurrection of the Christ, and is celebrated in Christendom with the feast of Pentecost.   The disciples were filled with the Spirit in the upper room, and Peter, filled with the Holy Spirit, stood up to preach on the day of Pentecost. The young Stephen, full of the Spirit, saw the glory of God when he was stoned (Ac ); and Paul, inspired by the Spirit, rebuked a Author: Pastor Luis Ángel Díaz-Pabón.


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About the Bookh2> In Christianity, a sermon is an address delivered to an assembly of Christians. As a result Latin authors cited in support of the Filioque often aren't filioquist in their trinitarian theology. Another line that modern Orthodox develop from Photios is to differentiate the eternal proceeding of the Holy Spirit from the Father from the temporal proceeding (or sending) of the Holy Spirit 4/5(9).

St. Augustine of Hippo – Procession of the Holy Spirit From the Father and Son Posted on July 7, by E.T. Ybarra After reading through St. Augustine’s De Trinitate, I’ve made it a commitment to finally write out a thorough article on this great Saint, venerated universally by East and West, and his theology of the Spirit’s eternal procession.

A new book, Apodictic Treatise on The Procession of The Holy Spirit, by the incomprable St. Gregory Palamas is now available for pre-order from Uncut Mountain Press: "This towering figure of Orthodox spiritual life and teaching, the boast of Thessaloniki and spokesman for the Holy Mountain of Athos, is well known to students of Orthodox theology for his defense of the Hesychasts and exposition.

The best all around introduction to the doctrine of the Holy Spirit is R.C. Sproul’s The Mystery of the Holy Spirit. In this book he touches on all the most important points in a readable and easy-to-grasp : Keith Mathison.

In the American Standard Version of Acts there are fifty-six references to the Holy Spirit. By comparison to other portions of the New Testament the special significance of the Holy Spirit in the book of Acts can be demonstrated. The combined sixty-eight chapters of the Synoptic Gospels contain only thirty-four references to the Holy Spirit.

St. Thomas points out that the Greek opposition on this point “seems to come from ignorance or obstinacy,” since “the Greeks themselves recognize that the procession of the Holy Ghost has some order to the Son.

For they grant that the Holy Ghost is the Spirit ‘of the Son’; and that he is from the Father ‘through the Son.’. The double procession of the Holy Spirit bears some resemblance to the teachings of Macedonius I of Constantinople and his sect called the Pneumatomachians in that the Holy Spirit is created by the Son and a servant of the Father and the Son.

(p) (p) Antony Maas wrote that what Theodoret denied was not the eternal procession of the Holy Spirit from the Father and the Son, but only the claim that the Holy Spirit was created by or through the Son. Photius's position that the Holy Spirit proceeds from the Father alone has been described as a restatement of Theodoret's.

In spite. According to the doctrine of Double Procession, the Spirit proceeds from both Father and Son. In the Eastern Church, Didymus the Blind,* Epiphanius,* and Cyril of Alexandria* ascribed the origin of the Spirit to both Father and Son, without actually using the term “procession” of the Spirit.

Jesus' promise to his disciples of a Comforter (or Paraclete, i.e., advocate), in J is considered his principal reference to the Holy Spirit, and the descent of the Holy Spirit on the apostles and the communication of the gift of tongues, as recounted in Acts 2, is thought to be an example of the work of the Holy Spirit in time.

The Procession of the Holy Spirit in Orthodox Trinitarian Doctrine Chapter 4 of In the Image and Likeness of God (SVS Press: Crestwood, NY, ), pp. [Numbers in square brackets refer to page numbers in the original; numbers in curly braces are File Size: KB.

Procession Of The Holy Spirit – Father Tadros Yakoup Malaty – Father Tadros Yakoup Malaty. Author: Father Tadros Yakoup Malaty. Categories: Doctrinal Theology, Doctrine, Theology of the Holy Spirit.

Updated: 16 October Click to Expand Book ID Card Item Details; Book Author: Latest Books. Response to Jehova Witnesses – H.E. by Matt Slick. The filioque is a Latin term that deals with the church controversy concerning the phrase "and from the Son," filioque, which was intended to indicate that the Holy Spirit proceeds from both the Father and the Son (double procession) and not from the Father alone.

The controversy contributed to the split between the Eastern and Western churches in A.D. As the begetting of the Son is eternal, so the procession of the Holy Spirit is eternal. Once again, as rays of light proceed from the sun, so the Holy Spirit proceeds from the Father and, since this procession is from all eternity, the Father is not temporally prior to the Spirit—both are co-eternal.

the holy Spirit Southern Baptists Struggle with the Holy Spirit By Craig von Buseck Contributing Writer. – The Baptist world was rocked in when Jack Deere, a former professor at Dallas Theological Seminary, published the groundbreaking book, Surprised by the Power of the Spirit – describing the evolution of his biblical interpretation and personal experience regarding.

Our understanding of the procession of the Holy Spirit is based on this text in John's Gospel, In writing about these passages St. John Chrysostom, the great last 4 th century Archbishop of Constantinople contends that there is no contradiction in these statements.

Other articles where On the Procession of the Holy Spirit is discussed: Maximus Margunios: his treatise on the subject, “On the Procession of the Holy Spirit,” appeared inhe was suspected of wavering on Eastern Orthodox doctrine and was obliged to send a statement to Constantinople assuring the Byzantine council on doctrine that he had not deviated from Orthodoxy.

Good starting points for study of the debate over the double procession (the so-called “filioque” debate) are Emery’s book “The Trinitarian Theology of St Thomas Aquinas” and the document “The Greek And Latin Traditions Regarding The Procession Of The Holy Spirit” from the Pontificial Council for Promoting Christian Unity.

Such passages not only equate the Holy Spirit with YHWH, but they do so in a way which shows the Holy Spirit as personal and interactive. The Holy Spirit is not an abstract aspect of YHWH's nature. He speaks, testifies, displays anger and wrath, makes covenants with people, and forgives sins.

The Holy Spirit is a divine person. He is YHWH.Books reads easy and it works through the topic of the Holy Spirit from who is the Holy Spirit to how you see someone is filled by the Holy spirit (Spoiler alert: this is not by speaking in tongues or doing miracles things!).

Definitely a good by: 4.Pentecost marks the fulfillment of the promise of the risen Christ in Acts Pentecost is the birthday of the Church. It’s the day when the Holy Spirit descended upon the disciples. Pentecost is the Greek name for ‘Shavuot’, the harvest festival of the Israelites, which was going on when the Holy Spirit kick-started the church!