Synopses & Reviews
One of the greatest problems in the church world today is that people refuse to look at scriptures in their ordinary, everyday, common sense, this-is-what-it-says context. They prefer instead to read a verse of scripture and apply some kind of analysis to it that says, "Even though that is what the scripture says, this is what it really means." In other words, too many people try to make the scriptures fit their doctrine rather than make their doctrine fit the scriptures. Their attitude is, "Since we don't have it, nobody has it." But that is simply not the truth. The only thing those people don't have is the faith to believe and the willingness to obey the Word of God. They have the promise that God gave to all believers, but not the faith to receive the promise. If we examine the scriptures with an open heart and accept the scriptures for what they say, rather than trying to add to, subtract from or twist them to fit our prejudices, the great truths of the Bible will be revealed.
Dr. Alan Kitay holds a Doctorate degree in Psychology from International Christian University and a Master's degree in Educational Counseling from Prairie View A&M University.He has been a minister since 1984 and has served as an evangelist, teacher, assistant Pastor, and is now the Director of Grace Christian Counseling Ministries and Dean of Psychology for Houston Bible College."The Baptism of the Holy Ghost" is a logical and Scriptural presentation of the doctrine of the Baptism of the Holy Ghost (Spirit). With patient thoroughness, Dr. Kitay presents the Scriptures is a systematic and comprehensive manner, showing how they are interconnected to present a concise, yet comprehensive, look at what the Bible says about the baptism of the Holy Ghost. He explores and answers the questions: What must a person do to be saved? Who can receive the baptism of the Holy Spirit? What is the initial evidence of Holy Spirit baptism? Is water baptism necessary for salvation? What is the ministry of the Holy Ghost? Dr. Kitay tackles these and many other questions associated with this Bible subject. With an emphasis on presenting scriptural answers, "The Baptism of the Holy Ghost" is an absolute must for anyone wanting to really know what the Bible says about the Baptism of the Holy Ghost.Thank you DrK