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The Cure For Pentecostalism: Why Pentecostal and Corinthian believers never spoke unlearned languages or unknown tongues

Howard W. Boldt

"Even highly respected reformed theologians today sanction 'speaking in tongues', unlearned language-speaking (gibberish) and a distorted view of 'word of knowledge' by which the needs of others are mystically made known. These and other disturbing distortions of the truth impede a biblical understanding of our relationship with Christ and each other."


Howard W. Boldt investigates scripture deemed to support Charismatic teachings. Different than most other works unfavorable to charismatic and continuationist doctrine, The Cure for Pentecostalism exposes major translation errors, examines numerous overlooked traditions and culture, relative to Pentecost and the Corinthian church. He challenges the majority miracle view that the Galileans and Corinthians spoke or heard unlearned languages, yet highlights the believer's three supernatural character gifts of the Holy Spirit. Detailed exploration of these and related topics, disclose ample reasons why Howard asserts that charismatic teaching is foreign to Scripture.


'Radicals of the charismatic movement within professing Christianity have turned churches of various denominations into feeling-based laboratories, where old self-esteem drugs are repackaged with some Christianized religion, then labeled as the solution to a happy life. With tongues of gibberish they claim to pray and speak 'words' from the Holy Spirit."

Book Details

  • Publisher: Pagemaster Publishing
  • Publish Date: Feb 1st, 2022
  • Pages: 282
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 9.00in - 6.00in - 0.59in - 0.84lb
  • EAN: 9781773543635
  • Categories: Christianity - BaptistChristianity - Pentecostal & CharismaticChristian Theology - General

About the Author

Boldt, Howard W.: - Beginning in Bible College, Howard Boldt has become increasingly concerned for Christians who have been negatively impacted with doctrinal error. His analytical and sometimes argumentative approach excludes indifference as an option to his conclusions. Howard Boldt has taught mid-week studies and Sunday school for many years.