Undying Fire:: The Mission of the Church in the Light of the Mission of the Holy Spirit
The Holy Spirit is the principal agent of the mission to evangelize in the world of the present. However, sometimes little is understood about the foundations of the Church’s mission and evangelization in relation to the Holy Spirit. This is a book intended to articulate, clarify and refine the understanding of this vital relationship. In this way, the call of the Church to be faithful and discerning of her mission may always be lived inspired by the light of the undying fire, the Holy Spirit.
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Two Contemporary Contextual Factors
Some Theological Elements
The Pentecost Event Four Premises
The Missionary Spirit of Christ and the Pentecose Even
Aftereffects of Pentecost
Comissioned to Evangelize as an Ongoing Experience of Pentecost
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According to Luke Acts after-effect analogy aspect Augustine of Hippo baptism of Jesus baptized Catholic Church Christ and Pentecost Christian Church’s mission Collegeville communication communion Community of Christ Concerning Congar context Creation cultural deﬁned deﬁnitive economic eisegesis of personal Encyclical evangelization evangelizing mission exists expression faith Father ﬁdelity ﬁnds ﬁre ﬁrst followers of Jesus gift of tongues globalization God’s mission Gospel of Luke Hereafter referred Hilary of Poitiers Holy Spirit human person importance inﬂuence Jesus Christ John of Damascus Lucan Luke/Acts manifestation Matt mission of Jesus missionary activity moral offer ofJesus one’s ongoing mission Pentecost Event personal interpretation Prades prayer present procession prophetic proclamation realization of identity reﬂect relationship resurrection revelation Risen Lord ruach salvation sense signs social speciﬁcally Spirit of Christ Stuhlmueller temple term mission Tertullian theological Thomas Aquinas transform Truth understanding Vatican Vatican City witness words Yves Congar