The Cessation of Tongues and Prophecy in the Reformed Tradition
I wanted to promote this excellent, if brief, position paper on the cessation of glossolalia and revelatory prophecy in the Reformed Tradition from my friend, Greg Loren Durand. Durand is an underrated writer and a brilliant mind, who I credit with writing what is hands-down the best anti-theonomy book in publication, Judicial Warfare, which I leaned heavily upon in the infamous Great Theonomy Debate.
In this position paper, Durand traces the historic view of the charismatic gifting of tongues and prophecy. I thought it would be a shame if more people didn’t read it.
You can read it or download it here.
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