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Pneuma Review Winter 2015

The exclusively digital edition of The Pneuma Review, Winter 2015 (18:1).

Some of what you will find in this issue:

The Holy Spirit, The Missing Finger: Comparing the Pneumatology of Alexander Campbell and Don Basham

A conversation that started with “What Bible Did Jesus Use?” and continued with “What Yeshua Quoted” and “Bishops, Aramaic, and the LXX.”

Find all of these articles individually in an easy-to-read format on the archive page: http://pneumareview.com/winter-2015/

 

Full issue coming soon.

 

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