ICYMI: Leo Sánchez, “Did Jesus Need the Spirit?”

Concordia Seminary Professor Leopoldo Sánchez was recently interviewed on the independent Web site The Laymen’s Lounge. Drawing from his recent books Sculptor Spirit and Receiver, Bearer, and Giver of God’s Spirit, Dr. Sánchez discussed what it means to, as Paul says, walk by the Spirit…for Jesus and for us.

Leopoldo Sánchez: Did Jesus Need the Spirit? Jesus’ Life in the Spirit and How We Share In that Life

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