Nine Lies People Believe About Speaking in Tongues, – A Book Review

Nine Lies People Believe About Speaking in Tongues

By: Steve Bremner

Destiny Image Books, Inc., P. O. Box 310, Shippensburg, PA 17257,

978-0768408515, $ 15.99, 2016,

Reviewed by Richard R. Blake

Most Frequent Misconception Regarding Walking in the Spirit and Speaking in Tongues

Steve Bremner tells the story of his spiritual journey in his book “Nine Lies People Believe About Speaking in Tongues.” Steve writes with passion, using an easy going, conversational style, interspersed with humor, open candor, and simplicity. He relates his story of conversion as a teenager and the ultimate impact on his life by the sometime s overzealous Charismatics and Pentecostals. His story is an exciting and unique faith adventure.

The book is divided into three sections:

  1. Steve’s Personal Story
  2. The Misconceptions
  3. Speaking in Tongues and Intimacy with God

This is a book you will want to read, reread, and study, pen and highlighter poised for note making, underlining, and marking highlights, for further study. Be ready to integrate new insights into your spiritual journey, as Steve clarifies the nine most common and misunderstood interpretations of Biblical teaching on the controversial gift of speaking in tongues.

“Nine Lies People Believe About Speaking in Tongues” is written for people who are looking for answers to their questions about glossolalia and charismata, and for anyone seeking a new level of intimacy with God through a personal union with the Holy Spirit,  in what the Apostle Paul presented to the Corinthian church as “a more excellent way,”

A complimentary copy of this book was provided for review purposes. The opinions expressed are my own.

 

 

 

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