Baptists believe that speaking in tongues, along with prophecy, and some of the other special gifts are not for today...they were just for back then in The Bible and that God never meant us to continue it into today. As an AG member, raised Baptist, I can say that I was missing something until I stepped into an AG church and learned about the Holy Spirit and speaking in tongues. While not essential, it is an awesome benefit. Why the Baptists seem to think there aren't those spiritual gifts today, I don't know.
Not all Baptsits believe the exact same thing. Some Baptists believe that when the Bible references "speaking in tongues" it should be translated as "other languages"and that it does not refer to random noises that nobody can translate.
In the Southern Baptist church they believe that speaking in tongues is only a legitimate act of God if there is also an interpreter. They also believe that the scripture that references speaking in tongues was a reference to the Holy Spirit giving the apostles the ability to speak foreign languages to better spread the gospel.
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Glossolalia or speaking in tongues as the apostles did at the Pentecost is discouraged at baptist churches. If in a praise service someone begins to speak in tongues there will be a request for an interpreter. If no one volunteers, and in most cases there will not be one, the person is requested to stop. This is following a directive from the Letter of Paul to the Corinthians. (I Corinthians 14:13) Speaking in tongues started because the Apostles were able to communicate to people and were understood even though they did not know their language. Some baptists believe this was a miracle of hearing more than speaking.
There is no one Protestant church in the way that there is one Catholic church. Instead there are many denominations, such as Episcopalian, Methodist, Congregational, Baptist, Lutheran, and Pentecostal (and many more). Some denominations do believe in speaking in tongues.
Assemblies of God believe in speaking in tongues. All pentecostal denominations do believe in speaking in tongues
Main differences:Baptism of the Holy Spirit/Speaking in Tongues - Southern Baptist view is that Salvation brings baptism of the Holy Spirit and speaking in tongues has been done away with, Assembly of God view is that it is a special experience following salvation and the physical evidence of it is speaking in tongues(Biblical view: Baptism of the Holy Spirit occurs at salvation, but there are also baptisms for effective service. Speaking in an unknown tongue should only be done in private. Anything else would be considered new revelation and the scriptures are complete. There is a curse to those who would add to God's word.)Divine Healing - Southern Baptist view is that God will heal if it is His will. Assembly of God View is that healing is a privilege for Christians today.(Biblical View: Spiritual healing is granted for everyone who trusts Christ. Physical healing is granted by God if it is His will.)Charismatic - The worship style of a Southern Baptist Church seems to be more conservative than an Assembly of God church where you might see more shouting, jumping, dancing and hallelujah(Biblical View: Worship of all and any kind, but it must come from the heart and be done by those who are spiritually alive and walking in the truth - Let the rocks cry out)Salvation - Southern Baptist view is once saved, always saved. Assembly of God view is that you can lose your salvation.(Biblical View: Jesus has power to save. A child of God can never lose his/her salvation)
Speaking in tongues can have two meanings. 1. A person is given the gift of speaking in the language of the people they are adressing, usually until their message is given, the gift is then taken from them. 2 The person speaking in their own language is heard to be speaking in the language of the listener. This is referred to as the speaking in tongues and the interpretation of tongues.
You do not benefit personally from speaking in tongues. The reason that God gives the gift of speaking in tongues is to spread the gospel message to nations and people who don't speak the same language as yourself. So speaking in tongues is for the benefit of the gospel, not for your benefit.
Speaking in tongues is speaking in languages, and not the language of the holy spirit. As the it must be translated ten.But it is not done so.
Because they were speaking in tongues.
Speaking in Tongues - 2005 is rated/received certificates of: Australia:M
Speaking in Tongues - song - was created on 2011-06-27.
As far as I know he believes in the speaking of tongues, but I doubt that he speaks in tongues.
in my opinion and belief both are Bible-based doctrines but one believes and tolerates speaking and tongues and healing while the other does not...
No, speaking in tongues is a prayer that goes straight to God. All other prays go to Jesus, then to God. Speaking in tongues is caused by the Holy Spirit saying that is caused by demons is the unforgivable sin of blasphemy of the Holy Spirit.
The cast of Speaking in Tongues - 2005 includes: John Safran as himself
Speaking in Tongues - TV series - was created on 2005-11-07.
Speaking in Tongues - TV series - ended on 2006-01-23.
Speaking in Tongues - Hilltop Hoods song - was created in 2011.
Yes. Billy Graham does believe in speaking in tongues. He has publically stated that he has never been given the gift of tongues, but it is a gift of the Holy Spirit.
The Pentecostal/ Apostolic Charismatic movement often features speaking in tongues as part of their services.
because he wanna say that spek from tongues........
Only if it is required. As speaking in tongues is the ability to speak in another language of the world for the spreading of the gospel message. True Bible tongues is only required on the mission field.
There are considered to be two types of tongues by many Christians. The first and more prevalent is 'glossolalia', ie. "speaking in tongues". This is an unintelligible speech which the speaker makes as a form of prayer or worship to God. Interpretation of tongues is noted by Paul as a Spiritual Gift, as is Speaking in Tongues. The other type is seen at Pentecost, in Acts 2, where Peter and the 120 believers begin speaking in intelligible languages, so that all around them understand what they are saying, even though they have never learnt these languages. This is called 'xenolalia', meaning 'speaking in foreign tongues'.
Speaking in Tongues - Talking Heads album - was created on 1983-05-31.