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Bernie Townsend, MTh (Laidlaw College, New Zealand), is a retired public servant with significant years of service in finance and financial systems. He is the author of The Life and Works of Octavius Hadfield, a Kapiti Missionary: From a Christian Perspective, a Basic Missiological Primer (2011).

The Holy Spirit’s Role in the End Times: A Pneumatological View of Eschatology, by Bernie Townsend

The Holy Spirit’s Role in the End Times: A Pneumatological View of Eschatology, by Bernie Townsend

God’s plan for the renewal of creation in the end times is described in Scripture and by theologians. His plan involves the inclusion of humankind enjoying and resting with Himself eternally. The Holy Spirit, who is sent by the resurrected Jesus, prescribes and empowers His followers for the end times. Followers are invited to embrace […]

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