Author's Bias | Interpretation: conservative


The systematic study of the Holy Spirit is called Pneumatology.

Webster's pneumatology

Pneumatology is formed from two Greek terms:

"Pneuma," which is translated as "wind" or "spirit," conveys the idea of "air set in motion" and is regarded as something of substance.

"Logos," in the philosophical context, has the meaning of "discourse" with a view towards didactic teaching and presumes the collection and careful arrangement of information.

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Series: The Doctrine on the Holy Spirit
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