Tie, Peter L. H., and Justin T. T. Tan, eds. Spirit Wind: The Doctrine of the Holy Spirit in Global Theology—A Chinese Perspective. Eugene, OR: Pickwick, 2020.
Spirit Wind, a collaborative investigation into the works and person of the Holy Spirit, clearly and richly demonstrates diversity in theological perspectives but unity in the Christian faith. All theological discussions should aim at humbly respecting theological distinctiveness while sincerely encouraging theological conversations. Spirit Wind offers itself to achieve just that.
Spirit Wind consists of nine chapters written by nine Chinese theologians, born in the Orient and trained in the West, who are now serving passionately as seminary professors in Australia, Singapore, Taiwan, or the USA. Each author endeavors to explain the person and works of the Holy Spirit not only from Chinese standpoints, but also from biblical, historical, and cultural/pastoral perspectives, and yet all chapters are theological in nature.
No theologian claims to capture all matters about the Spirit, but every author of this book is captivated by the powerful presence, sovereign freedom, and beautiful operations of the Holy Spirit. You will, too!
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