They speak with other tongues

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McGraw Hill, 1964 - Religion - 165 pages
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John Sherrill was a skeptic as far as miracles were concerned. Then he set out to report on the phenomenom of speaking in tongues. Before long he became a believer. As Sherrill relates the historical background, significant contemporary events, and his personal experience, he gives valuable insight into this gift of the Holy Spirit.

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A journalistic view of the charismatic gift of speaking in tongues. Beginning from an outsiders perspective and eventually having his own experience, but it does not occur as one might expect. The ... Read full review

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A very well written story that covers both history and scripture touching on the subject. Now, @ 50 years later the message still thrills and a number of the people in this book are now woven into my own life and story. Read full review


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Americans John and Elizabeth Sherrill have edited Guidepost magazine and have authored several books.

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