Speaking with tongues, historically and psychologically considered by George Barton Cutten

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Published by Yale University Press, H. Milford, Oxford University Press in New Haven, London .

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  • Glossolalia.

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Statementby George Barton Cutten.
ContributionsYale University. James Wesley Cooper Memorial Publication Fund.
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Paginationxii, 193 p.
Number of Pages193
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Open LibraryOL17765633M

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"They are but a ludicrous and silly mistake of the man's imagination allied to some species of humorous hallucination and are not to be considered seriously, or they are a. An excellent book on the history of speaking in tongues.

A Scholarly attempt by Charismatics to define tongues. See Edith Waldvogel and George Williams, A History of Speaking in Tongues, as found in The Charismatic Movement. From a scientific perspective. G.B Cutten. Speaking with tongues; historically and psychologically considered.

by Vern S. Poythress [Published in the Westminster Theological Journal 42/2 () Reprinted in Speaking in Tongues: A Guide to Research on E.

Mills. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, Pp. Used with permission.] A significant body of professional linguistic, psychological, and sociological analysis of modern tongues-speaking (glossolalia) has. Speaking with tongues, historically and psychologically considered.

New Haven, Yale University Press; London, H. Milford, Oxford University Press, Hovenden, Gerald. Speaking in tongues: the New Testament evidence in context. and you. Grand Rapids, Mich., Baker Book House Dalton, Robert Chandler. Tongues like as of fire; a.

The gift of speaking in tongues is one of the greatest gifts our Lord provides for His Church. I received this gift one year after I was born again and have been speaking in tongues for 47 years. As a linguist (I have advanced degrees in foreign languages), I was quite curious about this gift.

Meyer, M.A. Speaking with Tongues Historically and Psychologically Considered: By George Barton Cutten, Ph.D., D.D., LL.D., President of Colgate University. An excellent book on the history of speaking in tongues.

A scholarly attempt to historically justify Renewalist tongues, see Edith Waldvogel and George Williams, A History of Speaking in Tongues, as found in The Charismatic Movement. From a scientific perspective; G.B Cutten. Speaking with tongues; historically and psychologically considered.

In this third volume we have considered of the The remainingas well as the 82 passages in the Old Testament, will be carefully considered Speaking With Tongues, Historically and Psychologically Considered, Cutten, G. B., New Haven: iv. BIBLIOGRAPHY. Yale University Press. Speaking In Tongues—The Initial Evidence.

The Psychology of Speaking in Tongues-A Review posted: Monday, Aug 01 at tags: psychology, religion, psychology of religion. Speaking in tongues has been practised for many centuries, but despite its long history, differences of opinion accompany almost all questions regarding the phenomenon: is it sent from God.

Modern tongues-speaking has its origin among the Irvingites (after Edward Irving, ). During the civil war years, religious emotionalism was strong, and the "inner light of the Spirit" was considered to be the supreme standard, even over the r, the Bible clearly teaches that the Word is the standard of truth (), and that the Spirit must be in harmony with the Word (Isaiah 8.

Psychologists have described glossolalia as happening with people with no strong religious convictions at all (G. Cutten’s Speaking With Tongues Historically and Psychologically Considered, p. Why. Because of auto-hypnosis. In almost every case there is a sense of frustration and inner conflict.

Psychology. The first scientific study of glossolalia was done by psychiatrist Emil Kraepelin as part of his research into the linguistic behavior of schizophrenic patients. InG.B. Cutten published his book Speaking with tongues; historically and psychologically considered, which was regarded a standard in medical literature for many years.

stars An interesting look at the spiritual gift of speaking in tongues from an initial skeptic who explores the biblical teaching. While this is a reprint of an older book, the time difference doesn't dilute the message and this is a great introduction to speaking in tongues (what the bible says and how - particularly in America - the church has treated the gift) if the subject matter /5(39).

Tongues - Introduction: Deception in The Church. The Holy Spirit in The Old and New Testaments. The 'Second Blessing' and the 'Initial Evidence' doctrine. The Controversy and It's Importance. Tongues In The Gospels and Acts: The Purpose of Tongues in The New Testament.

Mark Speaking in Tongues in The Book of Acts. The phenomenon of "Speaking in Tongues"is examined in its religio-historical context. Part 1 considers recent scholarly studies of "inspired speech" in the ancient world where parallels have been alleged with the early Christian experience as recorded in the New testament.

In Part 2 both the Lucan and Pauline references to ";tongues" are considered in detail with a view to discerning 5/5(1). Pastor-scholar Tony Richie takes on a cessationist critic of glossolalia. Ronald E. Baxter, Charismatic Gift of Tongues (Grand Rapids: Kregel, ), pages.

I can think of only two reasons why anyone would want to read this book: as an unavoidable assignment for a book review or to shore up shallow prejudice against Pentecostals and Charismatics. Psychology. The first scientific study of glossolalia was done by psychiatrist Emil Kraepelin as part of his research into the linguistic behaviour of schizophrenic patients.

InG.B. Cutten published his book Speaking with tongues; historically and psychologically considered, which was regarded a standard in medical literature for many years.

Seaman offers a fascinating history of glossolalia, or speaking in tongues. The Catholic Church condemned this inspired babbling as satanic years ago, though many considered.

* Psychology. The first scientific study of glossolalia was done by psychiatrist Emil Kraepelin as part of his research into the linguistic behaviour of schizophrenic patients. InG.B. Cutten published his book Speaking with tongues; historically and psychologically considered, which was regarded a standard in medical literature for many.

Speaking in tongues, also known as glossolalia, is a practice in which people utter words or speech-like sounds that some believe to be languages unknown to the definition used by linguists is the fluid vocalizing of speech-like syllables that lack any readily comprehended meaning, in some cases as part of religious practice in which some believe it to be a divine language unknown.

What We Can Know About Speaking in Tongues Historically Speaking in tongues has played an important role in the church for about years – during the first two decades and during the last ten. During the first twenty years tongues were reported in four different cities: Jerusalem (Acts 2, c.

33 C.E.), Caesarea (A c. 42 C.E.). The book of 1 Corinthians has much to say about the subject of tongues. The gift is mentioned in verses 1 and 10 of 1 Corinthi but verses are the most critical. In ve Paul lists the governmental offices of the church, including the ranks of apostle and prophet.

InG.B. Cutten published his book Speaking with tongues; historically and psychologically considered, which was regarded a standard in medical literature for many years.

Like Kraepelin, he linked glossolalia to schizophrenia and hysteria. Jesus told them that “they will speak with new tongues” as a sign that they would follow and believe in him. Further, the book of Acts also instances early Christians speaking in tongues.

In Acts 2, for example, there is an occurrence of speaking in tongues in Jerusalem at Pentecost which was accompanied by “a mighty rushing wind.”. The display of tongues at Pentecost reflected Paul’s explanation of the gift in 1 Corinthiansthat tongues interpreted, tongues understood, were equivalent to prophecy.

Why. Because the content of the message uttered in tongues was a revelation of God’s Truth, an explanation of what once was a mystery but was now being explained.

Speaking in Tongues is quite different from any other jeffery Deaver Book I have read. The story revolves around two troubled men, Tate Collier, a well known former trial attorney and Aaron Mathews, a psychologist.

Both men have a history that brings them together /5(). Speaking in Tongues Examining anomalous claims about language and cognition Karen Stollznow, Ph.D., is a linguist, columnist and podcaster who researches anomalous beliefs and practices about.

Casting out the demons of junk science, Discover Magazine snappishly described a recent effort by researchers to pinpoint the neurological basis of glossolalia, the phenomenon of speaking in tongues observed since at least the "Gospel according to Mark" and "The Confession of St.

Patrick" of 5th century Ireland. Summary: Learn the different forms speaking in tongues has taken throughout history. Speaking in tongues is an ancient practice, but it isn’t purely a Christian practice.

Read about the various understandings and uses of glossolalia throughout history. A Study of Speaking in Tongues. Genevan Institute for Reformed Studies by Bob Burridge ©, Note: The Bible quotations in this syllabus are from the New American Standard Bible ( edition) unless otherwise noted.

There is much confusion and controversy in our churches today about the phenomenon known as speaking in tongues. GLOSSOLALIA. GLOSSOLALIA (from the Greek gl ō ssa, "tongue, language," and lalein, "to talk") is a nonordinary speech behavior that is institutionalized as a religious ritual in numerous Western and non-Western religious worldwide distribution attests to its antiquity, as does its mention in ancient documents.

It is alluded to in the Hebrew scriptures and in the New Testament. He linked glossolalia to hysteria, catalepsy, ecstasy, schizophrenia, and an under-developed capacity for rational thought (George B. Cutten, Speaking with Tongues: Historically and Psychologically Considered, New Haven, Yale, ).

speak in tongues. 50 What this basically means is that speaking in tongues is due to stress and it is a mechanism to cope with anxiety. In some research it has been found. A STUDY ON THE PRACTICE OF SPEAKING IN TONGUES Introductory Note: The purpose of this study is not to condemn those Christians who practice speaking in tongues, but to shed some much needed light on an extremely controversial subject.

The Lord is not limited to saving souls either within or without the Pentecostal church; the main difference is that Christians who are saved in a Pentecostal. Lutheran charismatics also deny that the Holy Spirit takes control of the person's mouth and tongue while speaking in tongues.

They explain that those who speak in tongues have control over when and where they exercise the gift (just as St. Paul indicates in 1 Cor. Glossalia -- speaking in tongues. I did some reading up on this back in the day when I was checking out the charasmatic christian denominations.

The history of it, is that, after Jesus died, on Pentecost, the Holy Spirit came down and gave the Apostles divine giftings. The major one was the ability to speak in tongues.The second page is similar 5 vs.

2, and the third is 6 vs. 3. So even here, the predominant usage remains tongues or speaking in tongues, not glossolalia. Oppose: Ningauble's research is persuasive; glossolalia seems to be at least as common use in reliable .The Holy Ghost functioned and he was able to speak in tongues, yet he could not speak or communicate in his understanding.

The Holy Ghost by-passed his brain. Speaking in tongues is perfect praise and prayer, and is a function of the Holy Ghost. The cognitive use of words and phrases, which takes place in the brain, is basically bypassed.

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