USING EXPOSITORY PREACHING TO INTRODUCE THE HOLY SPIRIT’S PERSON, POWER, AND WORK TO FORT HOWARD COMMUNITY CHURCH, FORT HOWARD, MARYLAND

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Title: USING EXPOSITORY PREACHING TO INTRODUCE THE HOLY SPIRIT’S PERSON, POWER, AND WORK TO FORT HOWARD COMMUNITY CHURCH, FORT HOWARD, MARYLAND
Author: Shafran, Michael Anthony
Advisor: Pohlman, Michael E.
Abstract: This project was designed to instruct the congregation of Fort Howard Community Church in the doctrine of the Holy Spirit through expository preaching. Chapter 1 introduces the need to teach systematic theology in general, and the doctrine Holy Spirit in particular, to the congregation through expository preaching and includes the purpose and goals of the project. Chapter 2 examines the biblical and theological basis for the doctrine of the Holy Spirit by studying ten aspects of the Holy Spirit. Chapter 3 details the theoretical and practical issues of the doctrine of the Holy Spirit focusing on the Spirit’s primary role today and the Spirit’s and Christian’s roles in sanctification. Chapter 4 details the implementation and results of the project. Chapter 5 assesses the project and shares a personal reflection of the project.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10392/5356
Date: 2017-06-22

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