About the Course
This course focuses on the Person and work of the Holy Spirit in His distinct function within the Godhead and with mankind. Attention will be given to the distinctives of the Spirit's function with man, specifically God's people, and to the deity of the Holy Spirit.
Dr. Todd Miles
Dr. Todd Miles attended Oregon State University for both his B.S. and his M.S. degrees. He also earned a M.Div. degree from Western Seminary and his Ph.D. from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He has been a follower of Jesus from a young age. A native of Oregon and resident of Portland, he is married to Camille. They have three children, Natalie, Ethan, and Levi, and are in the process of adopting Julius, Vicente, and Marcos. Todd is an Associate Professor of Theology at Western Seminary where he teaches Theology, Hermeneutics, and Ethics. He currently serves as an Elder at Hinson Church. Prior to working at Western Seminary, he was employed for ten years as a research engineer at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. Todd enjoys
"all-things athletic," "all-things Oregon State," and reading military history and biographies.
He is also the author of A God of Many Understandings: The Gospel and a Theology of Religions (Nashville: Broadman & Holman, 2010).