Early Pentecostal Tongues: Part 4

The relationship between Pentecostals and the historians Philip Schaff , F. W. Farrar and others along with their influence on the modern definition. This is final of a four-part series covering how the traditional definition of tongues all but died and was replaced by the pentecostal practice of glossolalia — an umbrella term for the … Read more

Early Pentecostal Tongues: Part 3

Pentecostal solutions to the missionary tongues and gibberish crisis. This is part-three of a four-part series covering how the traditional definition of tongues all but died and was replaced by the pentecostal practice of glossolalia — an umbrella term for the language of adoration, singing and writing in tongues, and/or a private act of devotion … Read more

Early Pentecostal Tongues: Part 2

The Missionary Tongues, the Missionary Dilemma, and Gibberish. This is part two of a four-part series on early Pentecostalism that covers how the traditional definition of tongues all but died and was replaced by the Pentecostal practice of glossolalia — an umbrella term for the language of adoration, singing and writing in tongues, and/or a … Read more