The Case Against Tongues: Weighing up the Evidence

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My sincere prayer is for all those who practice and promote speaking in tongues, to take the time to read this book. With an open mind, consider all the scriptures and the arguments therein, so that you would be thoroughly and prayerfully challenged to weigh up the evidence and observe the unassailable case against tongues. Scripture alone, is sufficient to lead us into all truth, and set us free! More

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About Gordon L Swanepoel

Gordon Swanepoel has a heart for people, both Christians and the unsaved, but even more so, a passion and love for God’s Word, and the Truth it reveals. Driven by a strong desire to reveal the Truth of the Gift of Tongues, and how it is to be interpreted properly, has become his first book: ‘The Case against Tongues: Weighing up the Evidence’. Gordon has several topics in mind, which he is currently contemplating writing, in order to correct sincere error, wherever it exists and is practised in the Christian world. He lives with his wife, Lauretta, in Centurion, South Africa.


Review by: Michael HH Warren on Oct. 20, 2016 :
Gordon L Swanepoel has skillfully, candidly and in all sincerity successfully played the role of both prosecutorial lawyer and lawyer for the defense in his book: The Case against Tongues: Weighing up the Evidence. As prosecutor, he tackles the sincere (or possibly even the duplicitous) error in the Charismatic, Pentecostal and Word of Faith churches that promote and practice speaking in tongues. As the defendant for scripture, he displays with clarity the truth of The Word and what it says about speaking in tongues. This is a facinating discourse on apologetics, which lays out the undeniable and indisputable evidence against a particular and troublesome latter day practice in many Christian quarters, the world over.
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