Pneumatology gets its name from the the original Greek word 'πνευμα' (pneuma). In the New Testament pneuma is translated as breath, wind, or spirit. Context informs readers when 'pneuma' is used as a proper noun for the third person of the trinity; God the Holy Spirit. As one of the core disciplines of Christianity, a theology of who God the Holy Spirit is remains an essential matter of the Christian faith.
The Pneumatology learning module contains seven individual 1-2 week long lessons to grow learners in the knowledge of what the Bible says about God the Holy Spirit. A recommended lesson plan, as a printable resource, is included to map out daily learning!
Learners are guided into the rich truths of scripture with pneumatology lessons that cover topics such as deity of the Holy Spirit, names of the Holy Spirit, saving work of the Holy spirit, sanctifying work of the Holy Spirit, scriptural impact of the Holy Spirit, fruit of the Holy Spirit, and gifts of the Holy Spirit.
Misinformation abounds on who God the Holy Spirit is, so it is imperative to know what the Bible says about God the Holy Spirit to discern the truth. Being firmly rooted in scruptural pneumatology equips Christians to stand firm in the truth. Comprehension questions accompany each lesson through interactive quizzes, scripture application worksheets, and Bible study worksheets.
All Little Pilgrims Theology digital resources are accessible to subscribers via a web browser like Safari, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, or by downloading the Little Pilgrims Theology app to your device from the Apple app store, Amazon, or the Google Play Store. The digital worksheets are print-ready from your browser so you can quickly and easily prepare for lessons!
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"Sanctify them in the truth; your word is truth." John 17:17