Holy Spirit, Ruakh, Pentateuch
The Hebrew word ruakh refers to the divine Spirit some sixteen times in fifteen verses of the five books of Moses, and the Holy Spirit is also prefigured in several Pentateuchal passages dealing with typological aspects of the sanctuary services. Each of these passages contains profound insights into the nature and work of the Holy Spirit. It is the thesis of this study that all of the major aspects of the biblical doctrine of the Holy Spirit are set forth, at least in nascent form, in the foundational divine revelation which comprises the Torah. We will examine each of these passages (or clusters of passages) in turn.
Adventist Theological Society
Fall Symposium 2016: The Triune God
Davidson, Richard M., "The Nature and Work of the Holy Spirit in the Pentateuch" (2016). Faculty Publications. 862.