The Office and Work of the Holy Spirit
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About "The Office and Work of the Holy Spirit"
"James Buchanan belonged to the bright galaxy of theologians who graced the early days of the Free Church of Scotland. His brilliant and uniquely conceived treatment of the Holy Spirit expounds his Ministry first biblically and theologically, then in a series of biographical studies, and finally systematically in the life of the Christian. Buchanan superbly combines the reliable with the readable, the doctrinal with the practical, the theological with the devotional. 'The Office and Work of the Holy Spirit' is a classic work on the Holy Spirit and a master class in theology." - Sinclair Ferguson
Meet the Author
James Buchanan (1807-1870) was a Church of Scotland minister who gained great fame as a preacher. He would become an apologetics professor at the New College of the Free Church of Scotland in 1843, and took over from Thomas Chalmers as professor of systematic theology there in 1847, a position he held for the next twenty years.