Speaking in Tongues in Acts
Johnson, Jr., S. Lewis. “A Symposium on the Tongues Movement Part I: Introduction.” Bibliotheca Sacra 120: 479 (Jul 1963): 225-26.
This is an online source. The reason for using this source is because it presents an in-depth analysis of the occurrences that took place during the apostolic era such as speaking in tongues. It also provides a systematic assessment of available resources on this occurrence. I intend to use this source to discuss the ways through which the tongue faction has changed over the recent past.
Clearwaters, Richard V. “The Gift of Tongues And Prophecy.” Central Bible Quarterly.
15:2 (Summer 1972): 35-39.
This is a historical source that offers cautious and methodical elucidation of the phenomenon of tongue speaking. Reason for using this source is that it analyses the gift of tongues and prophecy. I intend to use this source to offer an insight on the benefits and contributions of speaking in tongues, and also evidence on the existence of speaking in tongues and prophecy from the commencement of Christian decree.
Busenitz, Nathan. “The Gift of Tongues: Comparing the Church Fathers with Contemporary.” Masters Seminary Journal 17: 1 (Spring 2006): 62-78.
This source is a periodical. Reason for using this extract from Busenitz’s The Gift of Tongues: Comparing the Church Fathers with Contemporary is because it presents the accounts of tongues as stated in the Book of Acts and Corinthians. I am intending to use this source to offer an in-depth contrast between the early members of the Church and those in the modern world. I will also use this source to give the point of view of patristic authors in regard to tongue speaking, explain the nature, extent, purpose, interpretation, and acquisition of tongue speaking.
Bellshaw, William G. “The Confusion of Tongue.” Bibliotheca Sacra 120:478 (Apr 1963): 146- 53.
This is a historical source by Bellshaw and it proposes outstanding work in form of discussions and arguments regarding enigmatic conviction of tongue speaking based on the biblical perspective. I am planning to use this source to illustrate the chronological settings depicted in the Bible on tongue speaking. Reason for using this source is the fact that it offers an insight on position, temperament, rationale, and intransience of tongue speaking in the New Testament.
Van Elderen, Bastian. “Glossolalia in the New Testament.” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 7: 2 (Spring 1964): 54-58.
This periodical by Van Elderen offers an explanation on the definition, purpose, and cessation of glossolalia. I am planning to use this source to define the meaning and purpose of Glossolalia.
Johnson, Jr., S. Lewis. “A Symposium on the Tongues Movement Part II: The Gift of Tongues and the Book of Acts.” Bibliotheca Sacra 120:480 (Oct 1963): 310-11.
This historical biblical perspective by Johnson presents the meaning, purpose, and definition of tongue speaking. This is reason for using this source in my research.
Hodges, Zane C. “A Symposium on the Tongues Movement Part I: The Purpose of Tongues.” Bibliotheca Sacra 120:479 (Jul 1963): 227-33.
This is a research that presents an in-depth analysis of the tongue movement as indicated in the Bible. In the course of my research, I am planning to provide a methodical evaluation of the purpose of this occurrence.
Weaver, Gilbert B. “Tongues Shall Cease.” Grace Journal 14:1 (Winter 1973): 13-23.
This manuscript offers a comprehensive assessment of information that verifies the probability that tongue speaking will come to an end with the ending of the church era. Am planning to use this manuscript to understand and offer explanation on facts and proof that shows that speaking in tongues will end.
MacDonald, William G. “Glossolalia In The New Testament.” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 7:2 (Spring 1964): 60-68.
MacDonald in his Journal offers an elucidation on the meaning, rationale, and end of glossolalia. This is the reason for using this source in my research. I am planning to use this source to elucidate the underlying principle and justification of glossolalia.
Thomas, Robert L. “The Hermeneutics Of Noncessationism.” Masters Seminary Journal 14:2 (Fall 2003): 288-310.
This is a journal. The reason for using it is because it explains hermeneutical transformation and its consequences on noncessationism. I am planning to use this source to give a storyline to linked understanding of hermeneutical transformation as well as its rationale. I will also give further a community-based analysis of hermeneutical understanding.
Swanson, Dennis M. “Bibliography Of Works On Cessationism.” Masters Seminary Journal 14:2 (Fall 2003): 312-27.
The author of this Journal makes available a reference list on the works on cessationism. I am planning to use this source to support my ideas in the research.
Poythress, Vern S. “Linguistic and sociological analyses of modern tongues-speaking: their contributions and limitations.” Westminster Theological Journal 42, no. 2 (Spr 1980): 367-388.
In my research work, I am planning to use this source to offer a linguistic and sociological scrutiny of contemporary tongue speaking. The reason for using this source is the fact that it explains the role, as well as drawbacks of modern tongue speaking.
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