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Question: Do you think it is morally wrong to speak in tongues? Is it against the will of God that we speak in tongues? Is it against the rules of the Nazarene Church? Why do people speak in tongues? My answer: The speaking-in-tongues experiences of my Pentecostal friends are meaningful worship events for them. However, what I see them doing is. Jun 19, 2007 · This in no way is critical of the Nazarene Church - I just want to give you my experience and ask if the Nazarene church is still like this. I was raised in the Nazarene church, very strict - the church I was in was so busy telling everyone what they cannot do that they failed to tell me what God can do.

The Gospel of the Nazarenes is the title given to fragments of one of the lost Jewish-Christian Gospels of Matthew partially reconstructed from the writings of Jerome.. Patristic references to "Nazarenes" In the 4th century, Jerome also refers to Nazarenes as those "who accept Messiah in such a way that they do not cease to observe the old Law." In his Epistle 75, to Augustine, he said. Nazarene, in the New Testament, a title applied to Jesus and, later, to those who followed his teachings (Acts 24:5). In the Greek text there appear two forms of the word: the simple form, Nazarēnos, meaning “of Nazareth,” and the peculiar form, Nazōraios. Before its association with the locality.

Jan 29, 2015 · First, I do not think my experience is in anyway normative for young Nazarene ministers. I know plenty of friends who love and effectively serve in the CotN with support, fulfillment, and joy. Secondly, I do not think that my conversations about young ministers leaving are in Author: Ricshewell.