speaking in tongues what does it mean, its it speaking a different language or what?
speaking in tongues is the fluid vocalizing (or, less commonly, the writing) of speech-like syllables, often as part of religious practice. Though some consider these utterances to be meaningless, others consider them to be part of a holy language.
If they were waling down the street, they would be correctly regarded as wacko. But in the company of other like-minded wackos, it's somewhat socially acceptable religious expression.
by Barbara Sloan 5 years ago
Can you write articles on HubPages in a different language?Are you allowed to write articles on HubPages in a different language? In Spanish or French?
by John Young 8 years ago
I want to publish a hub in a different language But how do you publish it?I found Google translate, but how do you publish it in, say German, so they can find it?
by floydsistem 4 years ago
I was wondering if i could write in a different language. I would like a lot to begin to write on this website, but i guess my english is not enough appropriate to write correctly.
by just_curious 7 years ago
Someone told me today about someone speaking in tongues in their church on Sunday. I'm rather dubious of this. Are there any Christians here who have seen this? What's it all about?I always assumed 'tongues' referred to when the apostles spoke other languages. I know there is a point in...
by Jaydab 3 years ago
Can I post hubs in a different language? Or must all hubs be in English?
by Andrew0208 9 years ago
Why Do We Speak In Tongues? Speaking in tongues among Christians was first observed in Acts 2:4-5 "And they were all filled with the Holy Ghost, and began to speak with other tongues, as the Spirit gave them utterance."Speaking in tongues; is it the sign of the presence of the Holy Ghost?...
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