Tongues: Free Ebook


Tongues[A Bible seminary In Every Home] Tongues is a subject that has received a great deal of attention in the 20th centuray and after that. Starting with what became the Pentecostal movement, Tongues moved to bizarre movments by 1960s and 70. Today there are totally unbiblical movements such as holy laughter, slaying in the spirit, holy barking, holy vomiting etc.

In this book the authors examine the subject of Baptism of the Holy Spirit and also that of Tongues in great detail. They show what the purpose of Tongues was, to whom it was given, and a good amount of other details from the Scritpture.

An important chapter on “That Which Is Perfect” has also been added. The book closes with another important chapter on how much the tongues movement has degenerated in one century, so that totally pagan and magical pratices are now promoted by this group in the name of the Holy Spirit.

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  1. Ola January 15, 2011 at 11:02 am

    Usually i dont like it when its comes to tongues speaking, but when i search my scriptures i find out that it is one of the promise of Jesus and i dont have to understand what am saying since God did. am more than blessed to have this book. Blessing of Gog on you all.

  2. Maurice January 17, 2011 at 2:37 pm

    This is a great resource and should be read by all bible believing christians; We need it as my brother says you dont have to understand.

  3. Dr. Milad Philipos January 18, 2011 at 5:36 am

    During the birth and growth of the primary church, the Lord gives to certain members of the body of Christ to speak in tonues to as an enitial evidence and spiritual sign of the work of the Holy Spirit in the church.But wnen a man becomes now a believer, the Holy Spirit baptizes and immerses him, and place him into the body of Christ. May be the believer does not feel or experience this fact, but he must be continually filled to be an effective witness of Christ

  4. monga kipanzula January 24, 2011 at 4:42 pm

    “tongues” has been one of the most confusing subject of the new testament but with this book things are clear

  5. Barry Fleming February 11, 2011 at 4:39 am

    Hi, As a Full Gospel believer who has a strong interest in the Pneumatic nature of the Church, I was actually hoping that this cessationist booklet would have given me something to bite my teeth into. As the booklet mentioned, there have been no substantial books written in the last 20 years defending the now redundant cessationist worldview so I was actually hoping that this booklet may have reversed the trend.

    What I did find was an approach that befitted more the pamphleteer as it relied on hearsay and uncle John stories. Even considering my own bias, the theological arguments were not that well presented and the booklet probably shows why nothing of any real substance has been written over these last decades supporting cessationism.

  6. Pst Blessing Mazodze February 15, 2011 at 12:34 pm

    I am a keen fan of your publications who enjoys the doctrinal soundness of your material esp of apologetics and have gone through 4 of the apologetics courses offered on your website. However I have to disagree with you on the subject matter in this book as you claim the ceasing of tongues and prophecy, the scriptures you are using to justify nom speaking in tongues actually support them. The exames you cited arer of fanatics and extreemist tongues are not for salvation, belief-based confession does.

    The groups you are using vis having to device own tongues and saying only one word are not apologetically credible materials. I am a fundamentalist in belief like you but from a pentecostal-charmatic background in Africa and what you are saying happens does not take place in the body of Christ this side and compelling/forcing people to speak in other tongues or discrimination is not the practice generally seen.

    I would suggest you search for imperical evidence other than taking this on philosophical apoligetics level. Instead of condemning tongues I expected you to deal with abuse of the doctrine, God willing I can give you some scripture supporting the role of tongues in the present day church but since we don’t agree on prophesy, healing it would be futile in this area even though we agree on other publications like dispensation, the Jew and the gentile where I agree 100% with the contents and other material

    I would like to hear from you on this matter not defending counterfeits and wolves in sheep clothing

    PS- that’s why I personally don’t agree with the generalisation that comes from labels eg pentecostal, charismatic or third dimension

    Yours comrade in arms for the Lord Jesus Christ

    Pst Blessing, South Africa

    • SuperAdmin February 15, 2011 at 4:27 pm

      Doctrinal subjects are to be based NOT upon what is happening in India or Africa. Humn experience is fallible. That is why we based our book upon the Bible, rather than basing it upon Indian or African exerience.

      Dr. Johnson C. Philip
      Principal and Liaison for International Students

      PS: Trinity has several websites loaded with FREE Resources
      for you. Kindly do visit them and take advantage of these resources

      • Pastor Edmund Yiljep February 22, 2011 at 1:23 am

        The Bible being the only book that is inspired by the Holy spirit,one can get it wrong if arguments on doctrinal issues are not based on the Bible.It is only the Bible that gives an account on the history of God and His people,Man cannot give such accounts,Man cannot understant God fully,but the Bible gives a glimpse on God,and how Man can please him.Therefore,only the Bible can serve as the only base for doctrinal issues.Tumbs up for Trinity.Please keep it up.

      • sinthiya October 18, 2012 at 10:20 pm

        Praise the Lord!
        Speaking in Tongues is not speaking gibberish. Absolutely true.
        I believe God used one person to speak an unknown language werein he doesn’t actually understand what he speaks but some of them in the crowd who is listenly would understand and be benefited. This must be God’s purpose not to make this person using his tongues to know the details about the other person.
        It is like speaking in public but it is received by the intended person alone, in secret. Your comments?

    • Basilius M. Kasera February 16, 2011 at 11:25 am


      I’d say that beside basing the argument of your disagreement based on your own experience it’ll be best to look at your own experience through the authority of Scripture.

      If there be a well balanced argument against tongues, I’ll say this ebook does a good job. It’s not a philosophical apologetics book, rather it’s presenting a well researched exegesis of Scripture and to disagree with, you’ll have to make a biblical case.

      One of your duties of making your case would be to justify those passages you think support the modern tongues and interptret them in their context i.e. a call to doing biblical theology and hermeneutics. Which in this case I believe Drs Philip and Cherian have done their homework.

    • Malcolm May 27, 2011 at 9:25 am

      GOD Bless You Pastor Blessing. We must be grounded in the Word of God and not be swayed by evry wind of doctrine. If You want backing scriptures for The role of tongues in d life of a believer, contact me at malcolmegua @ yahoo . com.

  7. Anchal February 16, 2011 at 6:51 pm

    This website has been a great blessing for me, in terms of my intellectual growth and I continue to read the books downloaded from here. However, in the matter of tongues, the arguments presented are simply too weak, and taken out of context. This cessationism theory is a tool of the enemy to cause people to lose one of their most important tools in spiritual warfare-spiritual intercession.
    Right now, I can only say this, I believe I must increase the time I spend in praying in tongues, not decrease it.

  8. Barbara Ann Mostert February 27, 2011 at 8:08 am

    I enjoy reading your material Dr Phillip, I personally do believe that the gifts of the Holys Spirit as recorded by the apostle Paul in 1 Corinthians 12, is still taking place in the lives of many Christians. I must add that due to much abuse of tongues, prophecy, healing and miracles; the enemy has caused many to shun and reject this as being from the Lord. I agree that the Bible is the highest authority, and ever manifestation/move of the Holy Spirit must be tested according to God’s Word. I testify of having received the Baptism in the Holy Spirit and speak in tongues but must add that alot of pentecostals or charasmatics have made it seem as though it makes one part of an elite group of believers. The Holy Spirit empowers us to follow and serve Christ, never to promote our own ministries nor make ourselves to be some great mighty spiritual Giant! It has sadened me that Christians have taken something so precious and allowed the satan to sow so much discord amongst the precious children of God. I appreciate your books/research and writings as I do so many others. May the Lord Jesus continue to use you for His Glory. We as the Body of Christ need to stand together and love each other, preach the Good Message of the Kingdom and bring in the lost for our Master and King. I am saddened by the manner in which brothers in the Lord attack each other and feel that is way we are so powerless at times in our witness. I point no fingers but am just merely sharing my heart. We as the Body need to stand together in spite of our different view points, I am not speaking about exposing heresy and false doctrine within the Church as I can also testify that their is so much merchandising of God’s anointing and gifts going on world wide. The Spirit and the Bride say, come quickly Lord Jesus. Amen. God Bless. Barbara-Ann

  9. Temesgen Dabessa Birru March 12, 2011 at 9:27 pm

    This is a great blessing websit for me, in terms of my intellectual growth and I continue to read the books downloaded from here.In this book the authors examine the subject of Baptism of the Holy Spirit and also that of Tongues in great detail. Basically this is the doctrinal issue. However I agree that the Bible is the highest authority, and ever manifestation of the Holy Spirit must be tested according to God’s Word, because of God word is always right.


  10. stevie nichols August 14, 2011 at 3:09 am

    God bless all of you at Trinity, and thank you Barbara-Ann for putting things back into perspective. Truth is what we should strive to obtain. We are in a warfare against satanic powers which attempt to undermine the word of God and promisesto those who follow Jesus, His Son! The Bereans serched the scriptures to ensure that the word they received was valid and so should we. This organization is doing all it can for you and all who truly believe the scriptures. Let`s keep our eyes on Christ, and ask Him to make it clear those things we don`t quite understand. After all it is written, “In Him, is all the treasure of wisdom and knowledge.”


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