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Category Archives: Speaking in Tongues
I’ve just put up a teaching page about using speaking in tongues as a tool in ministry. It’s adapted from our Hearing God’s Voice course. You can see it by going here.
A traditional Pentecostal doctrine says that every case of baptism with the Holy Spirit must be accompanied by the ‘sign’ of speaking in tongues. They deduce this from the incidents in Acts where the two appear together. Of course, the … Continue reading
While doing some research on the history of speaking in tongues I came across some good books. A few are old favourites of mine, while others are reissues of classics and some more recent works. Check them out: Dennis J. … Continue reading
Back in April we began looking at what J. Oswald Sanders had written about the gift of tongues in his book Spiritual Maturity. Here is the second part of that article. Sanders does not agree with the common Pentecostal teaching … Continue reading
The famous Baptist “Prince of Preachers”, C. H. Spurgeon, is often listed among a number of others by Dispensationalists to support there view that spiritual gifts ceased shortly after the beginning of the Church. It might be interesting to see … Continue reading
In his book Spiritual Maturity, published in 1962, J. Oswald Sanders has two chapters on The Spirit and Speaking in Tongues. Is tongues the sign of Spirit baptism? He makes it clear that he disagrees with the standard Pentecostal doctrine … Continue reading
I believe it would be helpful in our study of speaking in tongues if we see what popular writers of the past have said about this gift. I’ve been going through my library, and the library at Beth Tephillah Ministry … Continue reading
I have moved this Speak in Tongues blog from Blogger to WordPress to allow for extra features and better control of its future. All of the posts are there (here), but the URL of the blog has changed to www.speak-in-tongues.com/wordpress/. … Continue reading
I’ve been neglecting this blog. This was brought to my attention in two ways. First, it keeps coming up in Google Analytics as having a constant stream of visitors, so someone must be interested. Second, and more importantly, a prayer … Continue reading