|Author:||John A. Lombard Jr.,Dr. Jerald J. Daffe,Wanda Griffith|
|Title:||Speaking in Tongues: Initial Evidence of Spirit Baptism?|
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|Publisher:||Pathway Press (January 15, 2005)|
Includes bibliographical references. Personal Name: Daffe, Jerald J. Rubrics: Glossolalia Baptism in the Holy Spirit. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Speaking in tongues : initial evidence of Spirit baptism?, John A. Lombard, J. Jerald J. Daffe.
Personal Name: Lombard, John A. Publication, Distribution, et. Cleveland, Tenn. Includes bibliographical references. Download now Speaking in tongues : initial evidence of Spirit baptism John A. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.
Speaking in Tongues: Initial Evidence of Spirit Baptism? stems from the authors desire for individuals and groups to study carefully the Scriptures, and then, in turn, experience the fullness of the Holy Spirit. When this occurs, congregations will be invigorated and enabled to be "salt" and "light" to the world (Matthew 5:13-15). John A. Lombard Jr. began teaching at Lee University in 1978. He regularly teaches Introduction to Preaching and Teaching, Biblical Interpretation for Ministry, Expository Preaching, and Internships in Pastoral Studies . Daffe and Lombard have written a well-reasoned apologetic for "tongues" as initial evidence of Spirit baptism.
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Pentecostals have traditionally taught that speaking in tongues is evidence that a person is filled with the Holy Spirit. Those who defend this position do so primarily on the basis of a pattern they discern in Acts. Similarly, when the Gentiles were initially filled with the Holy Spirit, Peter and the other Jewish Christians recognized it, for they heard them speaking in tongues and extolling. And when the disciples of John the Baptist first received this blessing from God after Paul preached to them and prayed with them, they all spoke in tongues and prophesied (Acts 19:6). On this basis that argue that everyone should seek to be filled with the Holy Spirit (Eph. 5:18), and that they will know they are filled when they speak in tongues.
For John baptized with water, but in a few days you will be baptized with the Holy Spirit. 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. And it has a unique initial evidence - speaking in tongues! The sound of a rushing, mighty wind (Acts 2:2) is not an evidence, nor is it the evidence. It occurred on only one of the New Testament instances of the baptism of the Holy Spirit. And it had occurred in the Old Testament (. 1 Kings 19:11), where it was clearly not the evidence of the Pentecostal baptism with the Spirit.
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Is speaking in tongues a mandatory sign of salvation? What's the baptism of the Holy Spirit and what's the filling of the Spirit? . The Spirit of God indwelling the believer at the point of conversion is known as regeneration. Dr. Synan writes, "The first person to be baptized in the Holy Spirit accompanied by speaking in tongues was Agnes Ozman, one of Parham's Bible School students, who spoke in tongues on the very first day of the new century, January 1, 1901" 1 So baptism of the Holy Spirit as the modern Pentecostals define it is not known historically in Christendom.