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The development of the Church’s understanding of the person and work of the Holy Spirit is considered with particular reference to the relationship between creation and redemption, to the relationship between justification and sanctification, and to the evaluation of what is called religious experience. The unit then explores theological claims that human agency and responsibility should be understood as dependent on the theology of the Holy Spirit, illustrating these by reference to issues of scientific development, medical and business ethics. Particular emphasis is given to the Spirit’s role in creation and redemption, to claims that Christian ethics can be described as eucharistic, and to the notion of human agency within creation.

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