Other Related Articles/Videos
Miscellaneous notes on the GOT Project. Important websites and videos by people active inside either the Pentecostal or Charismatic movements. High content publications relating to speaking in tongues.
- Jacob the Min
A 2nd century Jewish follower of Christ mentioned in the Talmud gives some clues to the reckoning of Epiphanius’ account of the Corinthian Tongues problem.
- Thoughts on Ecstasy, Private Revelation, and Prophecy
Ecstasy in traditional Catholic terms was used similar to the Pentecostal doctrine of Spirit Baptism. This is a brief look into the Catholic use of ecstasy in the religious experience.
- Kenneth E. Hagin speaking in Tongues. Kenneth Hagin was a Pentecostal Preacher and considered the father of the Word of Faith movement.
- Reinhard Bonnke speaking in tongues. A short clip of a crusade meeting with Reinhard Bonnke, a Pentecostal evangelist who focuses on the African continent, and influential for over 72 million conversions.
- Pentecostal or Charismatic Children Speaking in tongues.
- John MacArthur on Tongues. John MacArthur, noted author, pastor and host of the radio program called Grace to You. He is a cessationist and one of the most well-known critics of the charismatic movement.
- Speaking in Tongues: Medical Study Prove’s Holy Spirit’s Existence? Facebook user account required to watch this.
- With Signs Following: The Story of the Pentecostal Revival in the Twentieth Century
by Stanley Howard Frodsham – an early pentecostal historian.
- Tongues of Fire — Snippets relating to tongues speaking from a late 1800s periodical edited by Frank W. Sandford.
- From a higher criticist perspective, see Hans Conzelmann’s A Commentary on the First Epistle to the Corinthians.
- From a cessationist position, John MacArthur’s, Strange Fire: The Danger of Offending the Holy Spirit with Counterfeit Worship
- The Gift of Tongues: Women’s Xenoglossia in the Later Middle Ages. An excellent book on the history of speaking in tongues.
- A scholarly attempt to historically justify Renewalist tongues, see Edith Waldvogel and George Williams, A History of Speaking in Tongues, as found in The Charismatic Movement.
- From a scientific perspective; G.B Cutten. Speaking with tongues; historically and psychologically considered. New Haven: Yale University Press, (original 1927); Kessinger Publishing, LLC, 2007.