Books and Resources on the Holy Spirit

I am going to be writing some small group curriculum on the Holy Spirit. What resources have you found helpful in your studies? I am looking at the following:

The Bible!

Forgotten God: Reversing our Tragic Neglect of the Holy Spirit by Francis Chan

Living in the Power of the Holy Spirit by Charles Stanley

The Shadow of the Almighty: Father, Son, and Spirit in Biblical Perspective by Ben Witherington

Theology for the Community of God by Stanley Grenz

Anything else you would add to the list?


About mattdabbs
I am a minister, husband, and father. My wife and I live and minister in Saint Petersburg, Florida. My primary ministry responsibilities include: small groups, 20s and 30s, involvement, and adult education.

9 Responses to Books and Resources on the Holy Spirit

  1. Lantz Howard says:

    A Spirit for the Rest of Us by Tim Woodroof

  2. hank says:

    Mission and Medium of the Holy Spirit by Foy Wallace Jr.

  3. Jerry Starling says:

    A Study of the Holy Spirit of God by Richard Rogers. I have not seen his book, but I studied under him when I was at Sunset in the mid-1960’s. I recommend him heartily.

    I’m sure you have been following Jay Guin’s study of the Holy Spirit through the Bible. He’s had some pretty good stuff too.

    Of course, I recommend my own 8 blogs on Baptism in the Holy Spirit.

    Jerry Starling

  4. Jay Guin says:

    Frederick Dale Bruner, A Theology of the Holy Spirit

  5. John McMath says:

    Two books that primarily come from a response to charismatics perspective, but are both excellent volumes are The New Covenant Ministry of the Holy Spirit by Pettigrew, and The Work of the Holy Spirit in Redemption by Franklin Camp. For a good general study of the subject, The Holy Spirit by H. Leo Boles is excellent.

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