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In these eleven chapters, Oden considers the person and work of the Holy Spirit. He displays the Spirit’s hand in the believer’s salvation, justification and sanctification, and reveals His work in the Church and in human destiny.

The Holy Spirit was thought to be a created being, created by the Son. Consubstantiality was denied. He was answered by Basil (On the Holy Spirit), Gregory of Nyssa (Against Eunomius, NPNF 2 IV, pp. 58–66), and Gregory Nazianzen (Orat. XXXI.12), who argued that the Holy Spirit was worthy of worship as God, and that the Spirit proceeds from the Father (John 15:26). . Tritheism misunderstands the Father, Son, and Spirit as if they were separate and distinct Gods, denying the unity of substance
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