El Espiritu Santo A Pentecostal Perspective. This book presents a deeper theological position on the Pentecostal view of the person and work of the Spirit. Dr. Palma deals with the initial, physical evidence of the Baptism in the Holy Spirit (which he defines as speaking in tongues), and seeks to offer a new approach, while remaining classically Pentecostal in his point of view. He also challenges the Pentecostal interpretation of John 20:22 as the new birth of the eleven disciples of Christ. In this book, Dr. Palma also presents, as a Greek language scholar, studies on relevant Greek words.
A year has gone by since the accident at the end of 118th Street and Simon still sees the ghost all over the place. Everyone else seems to have moved on, but he feels trapped in spiral. Maria has always had an odd way of dealing with problems: running away. After what happened to her family, she takes a plane to France, where her mother was from, in search of a new beginning. The only things that ties her to her past are the postcards she sends to her brother. When photo is found in one of Valeria's books and the inscription on the back is read, the owner must be located. Maybe other problems will be solved along the way.
Este libro, escrito para obreros y ministros, incluye una exposicion, capitulo por capitulo, de los textos asi como un bosquejo general de todo el libro."