i’m suppose to teach a class on SPEAKING IN TONGUES in the near future. Other than scripture, can anyone point me in the direction of some good literature ? thank you in advance for your help !
Jon Ruthven [05/16/2015 1:36 AM]
A great book by and A/G theologian: Del Tarr, *The Foolishness of God: A Linguist Looks at the Mystery of Tongues.”
Dale Sanger [05/16/2015 1:53 AM]
Palma, Anthony C. The Holy Spirit: A Pentecostal Perspective. Springfield, Missouri: Logion Press, 2001. Menzies, William W. and Robert P. Menzies. Spirit and Power: Foundations of Pentecostal Experience. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Zondervan Publishing House, 2000.
Lloyd-Jones, Martyn. Joy Unspeakable: Power & Renewal in the Holy Spirit. Eastbourne, UK: Kingsway Publications, 2008.
Dale Sanger [05/16/2015 1:55 AM]
those books I mentioned have more than just tongues in it, but all have some useful info in them regarding tongues…also Roger Stronstad’s “Charismatic Theology of Luke-Acts”
Gary Langley [05/16/2015 2:37 AM]
Pentecostal Theology [05/16/2015 5:45 AM]
There’s a large list Pentecostal bibliography on the subject we will be offering shortly. When exactly is your class? http://www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2015/may-web-only/imb-ban-speaking-in-tongues-baptism-baptist-missionary.html
Eugene Littlejohn [05/16/2015 9:44 AM]
Sister there is nothing better to use than the scriptures you can’t go wrong. I find books to include to much personal opinions. You will do fine pray and go at he will guide you.
Bobbie Purdy [05/16/2015 9:54 AM]
Before all of these other books, there was one book (the bible )..thats the only one that you need. .after that. .the Holy Ghost will teach and lead..
Leah M Grier-Lee [05/16/2015 3:51 PM]
God Bless !
Bobbie Purdy [05/16/2015 3:53 PM]
Gary Langley [05/16/2015 3:55 PM]
Lee Roy Martin [05/16/2015 4:00 PM]
Gods empowering presence by Gordon Fee
James M. Henderson [05/16/2015 9:51 PM]
Howard Ervins books
Dale Sanger [05/16/2015 9:54 PM]
For those of you saying “The Bible” I think that went without saying. Looking to other books to help understand how to formulate a lesson plan is NOT a bad thing. In fact perhaps the person teaching will encounter some of the arguments of people like Dunn who are against modern usage of the gifts. It is good to have the use of other spirit filled people who God has used to write these other books that have been suggested.
Randy Buchanan [05/17/2015 10:27 AM]
Ken Hagin Tongues Beyond the Upper Room
Mark Biteler [05/18/2015 12:58 AM]
Dr. Jon Ruthven’s, What’s Wrong with Protestant Theology. http://www.amazon.com/Protestant-Theology-Tradition-Biblical-Emphasis/dp/098195264X/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1431925093&sr=8-1&keywords=whats+wrong+with+protestant+theology
James Price [05/18/2015 5:16 PM]
We should remember that the Pentecostal experience came before there was N T scripture. The book of Acts did not appear until 30 to 50 years after the resurrection. The Holy Spirit is not limited to the printed word.
Pentecostal Theology [05/19/2015 1:31 PM]
RevChristophoros Iaonnes Janson [05/19/2015 8:46 PM]
Check out Bert Farias. He is on Facebook and his book on speaking in tongues should be available on Amazon.com. Not sure of the books’ names but I believe he’s written a couple.