Role of the Holy Spirit in Protestant Systematic Theology


Through highlighting the role and significance of the Holy Spirit in the whole divine action, this volume contends that pneumatology is not a dull theological locus, but rather an essential theological disposition relevant for today.

About the Author

Wilson Varkey hails from Kerala and is a licensed minister of the Indian Pentecostal Church of God. Varkey holds a bachelor’s in Economics (University of Calicut) B.D and M.Th (Senate of Serampore College through FTS Manakkala and UTC Bangalore), and Graduate Studies in Ecumenics (Bossey Institute, Geneva). He has completed Ph.D (University of Regensburg, Germany) with ‘Summa cum Laude.’ Fomerly worked as assistant professor of Systematic Theology in IPC Theological Seminary Kottayam and is married to Jeena, and blessed with two daughters Agnes and Ashley.

Book Information


ISBN: 9781907713101

Category: Academic

Region: World

Publishing Date: 2011-08-01

Number of pages: 470


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