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In what sense is speaking in tongues a sign to unbelievers? 1 Corinthians 14:22

Pentecostal Miracle This answer can be answered with reference to the first time tongues were demonstrated: Acts 2. On the Day of Pentecost, the Holy Spirit was manifested supernaturally in the ...
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What is the difference between gifts of healing (1 Cor 12) and praying for the sick to get healed (James 5)?

I Cor. 13:8 shows that the sign gifts would come to an end but we learn from many of the passages already cited in prior posts that general prayer for healing is very much encouraged for all believers ...
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Charis and charisma

The suffix -μα has several meanings, but it can be understood in one sense as the product or result of the action of its associated verb. According to Carl Darling Buck,1 Neuters.—G. -μα, gen. -ματος ...
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Is Paul describing "the Body of Christ" (Church) as it should be today, or just as it should be in the First Century, 1 Corinthians 12:12, 27.?

Is it hermeneutically correct to exegete, by way of expectation? If by this you mean, "considering what the text might imply or entail for our beliefs, practices, or experiences as Christians ...
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