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What about tongue-speaking.

Anthony Andrew Hoekema

What about tongue-speaking.

by Anthony Andrew Hoekema

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Published by Paternoster P .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Originally published, Eerdmans,1966.

The Physical Object
Pagination160p.,18cm
Number of Pages160
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20003933M

Questions for Tongue Speaking leaders Page 74 Other Books by the Author Page 78 Sources Page Page 1 What the Bible Says About Speaking in Tongues Chapter 1 In the Beginning, God created Tongues I remember as a kid watching some of the old Charlie File Size: 1MB. The first place that speaking in tongues occur in the New Testament was in Acts “When the day of Pentecost came, they were all together in one place. Suddenly a sound like the blowing of a violent wind came from heaven and filled the whole house where they were sitting. They saw what seemed to be tongues of fire that separated and came.

Believe it or not, tongue speaking as seen in the Church today is a fairly recent phenomenon in Christianity. It came in four waves. The 1st wave of tongue speaking started around and was founded in the traditional Pentecostal movement by Charles Parham of Bethel College, Kansas. The 2nd wave, neo-Pentecostalism orFile Size: KB.   SPEAKING IN TONGUES IN THE BIBLE. This Armenian manuscript was illustrated by Zakaria Gnunetsi in It depicts Acts 2 when Jesus’ disciples receive the gift of speaking in tongues at Pentecost. Some believe this is the first instance of glossolalia in the Bible, but others maintain that the disciples are speaking human languages.

So I just released a new book entitled "What the Bible Says about Speaking in Tongues - The Holy Spirit vs. Deceiving Spirits." Below is an excerpt from the book specifically dealing with some of the history behind unBiblical tongue speaking. Chapter 10 - History of Tongues & Their Misuse. An Essential Guide to Speaking in Tongues will describe the author’s own experience with speaking in tongues. The author brings great balance to this topic and helps readers to understand that speaking in tongues is a blessing of God that gives us the ability to boldly approach God’s throne with the Holy Spirit’s power and language.3/5(1).


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About Anthony A. Hoekema. Anthony A. Hoekema What about tongue-speaking. book was a Christian theologian of the Dutch Reformed tradition who served as professor of Systematic theology at Calvin Theological Seminary /5.

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FREE Shipping on $35 or more. B&N Outlet Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help. What about Tongue-speaking. Anthony A. Hoekema. Eerdmans, apostles Assemblies Assemblies of God baptized believers bestowed Bible Biblical Bloch-Hoell book of Acts Carl Brumback chapter Christ Christian church services church today claim congregation continued Corinth Corinthians 12 Cornelius costals Cutten described disciples doctrine.

In I published a small book, “The Holy Spirit: A Biblical Study” (College Press, pb., p.), in which the last three chapters are all about miraculous spiritual gifts such as speaking in tongues. Speaking of “Tongues,” What does the Bible Teach.

A White Paper for the CTR which must be grasped. The first three aspects tell us about the speakers, the hearers, and the meaning communicated. The fourth aspect tells us why the communication occurred in the way it did.

First, there is no doubt whatsoever that this was a miracle of speaking inFile Size: KB. The setting of 1 Corinthians has reference primarily to women speaking in tongues.

It is clear and unmistakable that speaking in tongues was a gift limited to men and is never to be exercised by women.

Now he is not saying that women may not teach or testify or pray, but that they may not speak in tongues. His first book entitled "What About Tongue-Speaking?" was originally published in and the second one, "Holy Spirit Baptism," was published six years later in Not surprisingly, there is some overlap of the information from one book to the other.5/5(2).

The middle chapters of the book examine the Pentecostalists’ theology of tongues. Hoekema has no trouble in showing that 1 Corinthians contradicts the Pentecostal idea that all Christians ought to speak in tongues (pp. That it is a second blessing subsequent to conversion meets the File Size: 61KB.

The history of tongue-speaking --The significance of tongue-speaking for Pentecostals --A biblical evaluation of tongue-speaking --A theological evaluation of tongue-speaking --What we can learn from the tongue-speaking movement. Question: "What is the gift of speaking in tongues?" Answer: The first occurrence of speaking in tongues occurred on the day of Pentecost in Acts The apostles went out and shared the gospel with the crowds, speaking to them in their own languages: “We hear them declaring the wonders of God in our own tongues!” (Acts ).

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Beth-el Pages: Speaking in tongues can help you express what is in your spirit and which you cannot express with words. Paul makes it clear that the best way to edify the church is to speak prophetically, with “plain” words that build faith and understanding for all who hear the message.

Very well researched, well argued, and fair evaluation of the pentecostal practice of speaking in tongues. Hoekema, an evangelical Protestant in the s, writes that glossolalia is not a spiritual gift but rather a psychological phenomenon.

Your opinion of the book will depend on your theology or lack thereof/5(2). I know this topic has been widely discussed in this forum over the years, but I don't think very many Apostolic Oneness have articulated their view very well when considering the context of this subject in the Book of Acts.

Many Apostolic Oneness have made claims that speaking in tongues is mandatory for salvation. In other. The book is not a theological treatise, but written from an investigative journalist perspective, starting from a sceptical point of view, and then finishing as a convert to contemporary tongues speaking.

The strength in the book is its narrative. PREFACE Writing a book on such a controversial subject as speaking in tongues is certainly not the best way to make friends. On the contrary, it is the surest method of losing some of Size: KB. Order Book.

Tongues are God’s Idea! I would like to underscore one fact above all others about the matter of spiritual language: Jesus is the One who introduced the subject of spiritual language.

I think that fact is important – that it very much deserves and needs to sink into the collective mindset of the church.

What about Tongue-Speaking by Anthony A Hoekema,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(8).Glossolalia or speaking in tongues is a phenomenon in which people speak words that are apparently in languages unknown to the speaker. One definition used by linguists is the fluid vocalizing of speech-like syllables that lack any readily comprehended meaning, in some cases as part of religious practice in which it is believed to be a divine language unknown to the speaker.

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