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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.

with God, which is “the final end for which the world has been created out of nothing” (Lossky, MTEC, p. 136). . The salvation prepared for the world can only become subjectively appropriated when one repents, trusts in God’s pardoning grace, and follows the narrow way. The concern of the study of salvation is the clarification of the steps along this way, problems associated with these steps, and the grace that enables each step (Calvin, Inst. 2.6.1, Pope, Compend. II,
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