The Spirit desires to be an integral part of our theological formation beyond the mere acquisition of tools and skills rooted in modernity. Instead of solely relying on the analytical lens of contemporary thinking, there’s a call to resist such inclination and invite the Holy Spirit to actively mold our theology. The emphasis here is on avoiding the overreliance on modern perspectives when approaching the biblical text. Rather, there’s a recognition that the Spirit of God seeks to illuminate the scriptures, playing a vital role in shaping our theological understanding. It’s an acknowledgment that theological formation is not just an intellectual exercise but a spiritual journey where the Holy Spirit guides, reveals, and brings depth to our comprehension of divine truths.