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Cessationism, Continuationism and Charismaticism (Video)

I’m a cessationist. I think anyone who has been reading my blog for any time at all realizes that. But I hope that whether you are also a cessationist or are a charismatic (and especially if you aren’t sure) you’ll … Continue reading

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Is That Voice in Your Head from God?

There is so much confusion today regarding how to hear from God. Many people embrace the idea of direct revelation: God guiding them through subjective impressions, words (audible or internal), dreams and visions. I don’t.

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Can God Speak Without Authority?

A crucial question taken from Out of Formation, by Gary Gilley: “Is it possible for God to speak in a non-authoritative way? Is it possible for Him to speak something less than His inspired word? The continuationists seem to have invented a … Continue reading

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