Christians of the charismatic persuasion believe the “Gift of Tongues” practiced by the early church continues, and is a normative part of the Christian experience today. Nathan Busenitz over at The Cripplegate blog has done some research into the Biblical practice and compares it to the modern-day phenomenon. If you have any friends who are practicing charismatics, you may have unanswered questions about the issue. This will be a good introduction.
Mark Altrogge is a Pastor at Saving Grace Church in Indiana, Pennsylvania. He blogs regularly at The Blazing Center In his word, God commands us again and again to be […]
Justin Holcomb Justin Holcomb is an Episcopal minister (serving as the Canon for Vocations in the Diocese of Central Florida) and teaches theology at Gordon-Conwell-Theological Seminary and Reformed Theological Seminary. You can read more […]
I have long been an admirer of Clint Archer. “Dr. Clint Archer has been the senior pastor of Hillcrest Baptist Church in Durban, South Africa since 2005. He is a […]
In the eighteenth chapter of Matthew we find the disciples asking Jesus how many times we should forgive someone who offends us. “Should we forgive them seven times?” Jesus replied, […]