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Symbolic representation of the Holy Spirit as a dove, from medieval Monastery of Žiča

In Christian theology, Pneumatology is the study of the person of the Holy Spirit, and the works of the Holy Spirit.[1] The category of the study of the works of the Holy Spirit also includes Christian teachings on new birth, spiritual gifts (charismata), Spirit-baptism, sanctification, the inspiration of prophets, and the permanent presence of the Holy Trinity (which in itself covers many different aspects).

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  1. Kärkkäinen 2002.