- Are not Tongues Biblical? After all the disciples were not the only ones who spoke in tongues. I think the better option would be to pray about something you don't understand. After all, Jesus Christ the same yesterday today and forever. He will give wisdom to those who ask. Some people only want to recount stories that will back up their claim and overlook or ignore the multitudes that are genuine and impossible to disprove.
- WOW! Thanks for the heads up Bill. On page 116 under, "The Occult Origin of “Christian” Miracles Today". He goes as far as saying, "...demonic spirits working through unsuspecting people." could this be considered, Blasphemy Against the Holy Spirit? according to (Matthew 12:22–32). He is attributing the work of the Holy Spirit, to satan. There are several things I personally find unnerving about his views. He is very blatant about what he believes and a bit condescending. I do not feel that it is what it claims to be, "A Biblical Study". All I'm saying is if you buy this read with caution. Cottrell, J. (2006). The Holy Spirit: A Biblical Study (p. 116). Joplin, MO: College Press Publishing Company.
- This is a great resource to have as pastor. There are times when you're not sure what to say this will help to guide you. It can also be a great companion when studying a certain topic it is very well written and easy to follow.