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Tuesday, December 13, 2005 

Challies, Grudem on Gifts of the Holy Spirit
Theology

Mr. Tim Challies interviews Dr. Wayne Grudem to fill out his two four part series on the continuist/cessationist debate; or, are the miraculous gifts of the Holy Spirit (e.g., tongues, prophecy) still being employed today? Mr. Challies manipulates Dr. Grudem to weigh in on his personal take of the Reformed (largely cessationist) community, historical developments concerning the use of gifts, and other issues.

What the Thunder Said... looks at a view of the gift of healing, and how it may or may not weigh in on this issue, here.

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