Fire and Wind is a collection of essays and sermons by prominent Presbyterian theologians and leaders on the doctrine of the Holy Spirit and its application for the church today. Topics include the Holy Spirit and the prophets, the Holy Spirit in baptism, the contemporary relevance of the Holy Spirit, and the Holy Spirit in spiritual formation. The book is divided into three sections:
1) exploration of the four central affirmations of the third article of the Nicene Cree,
2) contemporary issues related to the renewed interest in the Holy Spirit both from a cultural and ecclesial perspective,
3) sermons on the Holy Spirit.