There are two disparate but opposite beliefs amongst christains concerning the person of the Holy Spirit of God. Some assert that the Holy Ghost is a separate, distinct and distinguishable character just like the Almighty God. This is the endemic position of the proponents of the doctrine of Trinity. Others are persuaded that the Spirit of God is the active force or power of God that makes things happen and not a personality. Two wrongs (rights), they say, cannot make a right (wrong). These conflicting standpoints cannot both be right; one is scripturally valid while the other is not.
I therefore welcome learned and mature minds in the house to examine my observations and take a position that is completely free from doctrinal bigotry.