The KJV refers to the Holy Spirit as both the Holy Spirit and Holy Ghost. However, no modern English version I know of ever refers to Him as "Ghost". Now, while "Holy Ghost" was OK in 1611, MODERN usage of the word "ghost" carries something not holy about it. It usually refers to the disembodied spirit of a dead person and to me using it as the name of the Holy Spirit in modern English is less-than-fully-respectful. WHAT SAYEST THOU?