The Camisard French text on Speaking in Tongues


A digitization of text related to speaking in tongues by the 18th century Camisards in south-central France.

The Camisards were a French Protestant group who predominately lived in a mountainous area called the Cévennes from the 1600’s and onwards. The proper term for French Protestants is Huguenots.

This digitization is especially important in the history of tongues. What did the Camisards speak when they had the gift of tongues? Was

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Emile’s Encounter with Christ

Last updated on October 25th, 2018 at 03:01 am

The strange case of Emile Lacoste. An unusual man who many people have tried to figure out and help, but with only mixed success.

He is an odd man. No one can define him because his problem lies in the realm of different thoughts, perceptions, and behaviors. All of which have defied a medical, spiritual or psychological solution. A state that some think only God can mend. But then, does

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History according to Pentecostals and Charismatics

An overview of how Pentecostals and Charismatics view history. The following four points are gleaned from discussions and readings within these parties.

  1. 1 to 100 A.D. The story unfolds. A perception that the Bible is finalized. This period is the golden age of Christianity and sets the standard.

  2. 101 to 1517 A.D. The Church is corrupt and theologically deviant. There is nothing much to write or necessary to know during this period.

  3. 1517 to

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