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 Betreff des Beitrags: Speaking in Tongues
BeitragVerfasst: 7. Feb 2020, 12:04 
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As a child I liked the Whitsun Feast - called Pfingsten in German.

So when I heard about pentecostal churches - called Pfingstler in German - i liked the name.

Only later i got to know what utter rubbish these "churches" practise.

In my mind they are a disgrace.

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 Betreff des Beitrags: Re: Speaking in Tongues
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Here is the topic in the German section:

fur-geist-und-seele/dieses-zungen-reden-der-pfingstler-t28808.html

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@ pentecostal

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Like many non-denominational churches, ours cherry-picked traditions and doctrine from other denominations, primarily the Pentecostals. Like Pentecostals, we were “charismatic,” which means that we believed in speaking in tongues. We also believed in sacred dance, which would manifest itself in women spontaneously (or, looking back, and considering their ballet slippers, maybe not-so-spontaneously) running up to the stage during the worship service. Overcome with the Holy Spirit (or the Holy Ghost), they would dance with their eyes closed to the mix of traditional hymns (“How Great Thou Art”), contemporary worship music (“Our God is an Awesome God”), and songs written by church members.

The men and some of the younger kids would dance sometimes, too, but just in the aisles. Some adults were dancers. Some adults were tongue-speakers. Some, like my parents, were too shy for either. But all of them closed their eyes and raised their hands to heaven, giving a curious child the chance to watch them unobserved. It was impossible to look away when your strict math teacher stood just a few feet from you, face twisted with ecstasy and speaking in tongues without pause or self-consciousness, as if it were an actual dialect. And I was fascinated by the different sounds they made: I can confirm that the default language of tongues does sound like “shaka-laka-lah,” but a lot of people got creative. Like the dancing, it was almost a contest to see who could worship the hardest while appearing the most natural. Maybe anything that involves performance naturally becomes a competition.



https://www.theawl.com/2017/12/i-faked- ... n-tongues/

This pentecostal fraud and nonsense is a perversion of the good old Whitsun.

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