Is rejecting the GOSPEL a rejection of the Holy Spirit's work?

Discussion in 'Baptist Theology & Bible Study' started by Skandelon, Dec 18, 2011.

  1. Skandelon

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    The Holy Spirit inspired the gospel.
    The Holy Spirit preserved the gospel.
    The Holy Spirit indwells those to proclaim the gospel.

    (1) When one rejects the gospel are they not actually rejecting a work of the Holy Spirit?

    (2) Likewise, when one accepts the gospel should that not also be credited to the Holy Spirit since the gospel is HIS work, even if NO additional working was involved?

    (3) How does the gracious work of the Holy Spirit in writing, preserving, and spreading the gospel not sufficient to be seen as the needed power to 'draw' men to Christ?
     
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  2. JesusFan

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    You need to see that there are different "layers" to the work of the HS among both the sinners and the saints!
     

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