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dc.contributor.authorLindsay, Gordonen
dc.description.tableofcontentsMark 16:9-20 is a spurious addition to the text, p. 3 -- Mark 16:15-18 declares Christians will take up serpents, p. 4 -- "New tongues" mean a "new song", p. 5 -- There is no "unknown tongue", p. 5 -- Do all speak with tongues?, p. 6 -- All believers have the Holy Spirit, p. 9 -- The speaking in tongues is mentioned in only one epistle, p. 11 -- Paul said he would rather speak five words with understanding, p. 12 -- Tongues are mentioned last in the list of the gifts, p. 12 -- Speaking in tongues was given at the beginning for rapid evangelization of the world without the need of learning languages, p. 13 -- Gifts of the Spirit were given only to establish Christianity, p. 14 -- God withdrew tongues as they were no longer needed, p. 14 -- Paul said that "tongues shall cease", p. 16 -- Not all 120 spoke in tongues on the day of Pentecost, p. 17 -- There was no baptism in the Holy Spirit after Pentecost, p. 17 -- Nothing is said about Samaritans speaking in other tongues, p. 18 -- Paul showed a more excellent way than speaking in other tongues, p. 20 -- Love is the only real evidence of the Holy Spirit, p. 21 -- Pentecost message appeals mainly to ignorant and illiterate, p. 22 -- Paul implied that speaking in tongues was for the immature, p. 23 -- No responsible church leaders believe in tongues, p. 23 -- Speaking in tongues is "psychic", p. 24 -- Speaking in tongues is "gibberish", p. 24 -- The "stammering lips" are not of God, p. 25 -- Those who speak in other tongues fail to measure up to the "Christian standard", p. 26 -- Some of the world's greatest soul-winners have not had the Pentecostal experience, p. 27 -- The speaking in tongues causes problems in the church, p. 27 -- Saints in earlier centuries did not speak in tongues, p. 29 -- "Tongues" have their source in demon activity, p. 35en
dc.format.extent36 pagesen
dc.format.extentCover 6.375 x 9.5 inchesen
dc.format.extentBooklet 5.5 x 8.375 inchesen
dc.publisherChrist for the Nationsen
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dc.title30 Objections to Speaking in Other Tongues and the Bible Answeren

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    Primary source materials documenting the Pentecostal movement in the Pacific Northwest.

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