Monthly Archives: October 2014

Nazianzus' Tongues of Pentecost Paradox Updated

A previous article Nazianzus on the Tongues of Pentecost Paradox has been substantially updated.

Nazianzus on the Tongues of Pentecost Paradox explores two fundamental questions on the tongues of Pentecost that raged on in the fourth century church: was it the apostles speaking in a sound or single voice, and the hearers supernaturally hearing their own? Or was it simply a miracle of spontaneously conversing in foreign languages unknown beforehand by those speaking?

Elements from the now deprecated article “Rufinus’ Grand Omission” have been added to the Paradox article.

Read Nazianzus on the Tongues of Pentecost Paradox for more information.