What do you think of people speaking in tongues? It goes on all the time in Pentecostal Churches. When I first became a Pentecostal, I’d attend ‘Emmanuel Pentecostal Church’ and without fail the same 2 or 3 people would get up and speak in tongues every single service. Also without fail the same elderly man would get up and translate what they said into English. At least that’s how I recall, he could have just been praying in English a completely different prayer. Are Pentecostals the only denomination to use glossolalia? What is the Biblical explanation for glossolalia ♥


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  1. Well you’ve asked for an opinion … so here is mine I think it’s a load of rubbish!
    It’s been around for years and apparently is not unique to Christianity. You could spend a lot of time and money recording the gibberish people spout and get linguists to produce transcripts. Then, with the help of the elderly man, try to produce a correlation between what was uttered and the ‘translation’. On the other hand you could be more rational, save a lot of money and dismiss Glossolalia a load of meaningless utterances.

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