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Is the Holy Spirit the Same as the Force?
Episode 11 • 2m 17s
What do quasi-Christian groups and Star Wars have in common? The idea of a universal, impersonal force. For quasi-Christian groups, this force is the Holy Spirit, who we as Catholics call the third Person of the Holy Trinity. Karlo Broussard explains why evidence shows that the Holy Spirit is a Person, not an impersonal "force."
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