Approach: Reading several passages together and carefully observe how the Bible describes the Holy Spirit.
Hermeneutic objective: Sensitizing the reader to the personifications used for the Holy Spirit and what conclusions can be drawn.
Theological objective: The Holy Spirit is distinguishable from God and Jesus, referred to with a personal pronoun and is a distinct personality
with supernatural power.
The Holy Spirit has essential qualities of a person: a) He has moral knowledge, b) He has a mind and
intelligence, c) He has emotion, and d) He acts and is treated like a person.