Written by the Holy Ghost?

Numberup at worldnet.att.net Numberup at worldnet.att.net
Sun Feb 18 22:24:52 EST 2001


Well, all Christians do not see it this way.  Even the Hebrew Bible sometimes
personalizes the intangible.  But while it may elevate an "it" to speak of it as a
"he," does it not demean a "he" to speak of him as an "it" -- as the GNT does of the
spirit?

Solomon Landers

"Harold R. Holmyard III" wrote:

> Since Christians understand the spirit to be a person, a part of God, and
> since they use masculine pronouns of God, they refer to the spirit as "him."
>
>                                 Yours,
>                                 Harold Holmyard
>                                 Dallas, TX
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