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  • Publisher: Banner of Truth
  • Publication Date: December 1993
  • ISBN: SROBEROPFINALWORDABIBLICALRE9780851516592

The Final Word: A Biblical Response to the Case for Tongues and Prophecy Today

Robertson, O. Palmer

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A call for freshness, spontaneity and life in worship has been resounding through the churches of the English-speaking world, together with a desire to hear God speaking here and now to his people. Many have called for a return to the pattern of worship found in 1 Corinthians 14, merging the biblical emphasis of the Reformation with the vitality of the modern Pentecostal and Charismatic movements.

Dr. O. Palmer Robertson, pastor and Seminary teacher, currently Director of African Bible College, Uganda, argues from Scripture that preoccupation with tongues and prophecy shows a failure to grasp the fullness of New Testament privileges. The Christ of the Scriptures is the Final Word. All the church will ever need is to be found in him.

About the Author

O. Palmer Robertson was born in 1937 and is a graduate of Belhaven College and Westminster Theological Seminary. He gained his ThD at Union Theological Seminary in Richmond, Virginia, has pastored congregations in Mississippi, Pennsylvania, Missouri and Maryland, and has taught in Westminster, Reformed, Covenant, and Knox Seminaries in the U.S.A. He is now Principal and Director of African Bible University in Kampala, Uganda.

Palmer Robertson is a well-known conference speaker in many parts of the world, and the author of numerous books and commentaries, including Jonah: A Study in Compassion, and The Final Word, both published by the Trust. He has also edited and revised Matthew Henry’s treatise on prayer, published by the Trust as A Way to Pray.

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A call for freshness, spontaneity and life in worship has been resounding through the churches of the English-speaking world, together with a desire to hear God speaking here and now to his people. Many have called for a return to the pattern of worship found in 1 Corinthians 14, merging the biblical emphasis of the Reformation with the vitality of the modern Pentecostal and Charismatic movements.

Dr. O. Palmer Robertson, pastor and Seminary teacher, currently Director of African Bible College, Uganda, argues from Scripture that preoccupation with tongues and prophecy shows a failure to grasp the fullness of New Testament privileges. The Christ of the Scriptures is the Final Word. All the church will ever need is to be found in him.

About the Author

O. Palmer Robertson was born in 1937 and is a graduate of Belhaven College and Westminster Theological Seminary. He gained his ThD at Union Theological Seminary in Richmond, Virginia, has pastored congregations in Mississippi, Pennsylvania, Missouri and Maryland, and has taught in Westminster, Reformed, Covenant, and Knox Seminaries in the U.S.A. He is now Principal and Director of African Bible University in Kampala, Uganda.

Palmer Robertson is a well-known conference speaker in many parts of the world, and the author of numerous books and commentaries, including Jonah: A Study in Compassion, and The Final Word, both published by the Trust. He has also edited and revised Matthew Henry’s treatise on prayer, published by the Trust as A Way to Pray.

  • Cover Type:
  • 156 Pages
  • Publisher: Banner of Truth
  • Publication Date: December 1993
  • ISBN: SROBEROPFINALWORDABIBLICALRE9780851516592