1. On page 522 (pneuma) Matthew 28:19, John 14:16-26, 15:26, 16:13-15 are cited in which it reads that "the Holy Spirit is rhetorically represenated as a Person". In these passages the Holy Spirit is "rhetorically" a Person? 2. Among several passages John 1:1 and John 20:28 are cited where it reads that it is still dipsuted among theologians as to whether or not Christ is called God (theos, page 287). What kind of "theologian" would dispute that Christ is called "God" in these two passages? I should point out that on page 366 (kurios) it reads, "after his resurrection Jesus is addressed by the title ho kurios mou kai ho theos mou, John 20:28".