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- Author: Philip Mauro
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Mauro, Philip - Speaking in Tongues 1.0
Pneumatology Bible Backgrounds Expository Topics Education Language / Interpretation Episcopal Pentecostal
9.x - 10.x
Philip Mauro was a former Supreme Court lawyer who used his pen to defend against false doctrines. He was a member of the Episopal Church.
This booklet deals with the Pentecostal claims about their supposed "tongues" and how that claim matches up with what the Bible says about the topic.
This is one of the quotes from the booklet:
Thus, in this short description [Acts 2], it is stated three times that the pentecostal gift of tongues was a miraculous endowment whereby those who received it were able to speak to foreigners in their own language. When, therefore, we encounter now-a-days that which purports to be the apostolical and pentecostal gift of tongues, the first thing to be ascertained is whether its reputed possessor has the supernatural ability to speak to strangers in their own language. If the supposed gift does not pass that test, it may safely, and without further inquiry, be regarded as spurious.