The Greek term charisma means gift. The term is used in the New Testament to refer to spiritual gifts given to believers by the Holy Spirit. Charismatic Theology upholds the ongoing availability to believers today of the miraculous spiritual gifts mentioned in the New Testament (e.g., healing, miracles, prophecy, and speaking in tongues), while traditional theology often maintains that these gifts ended in the apostolic age.
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Christian Baptism Basics
Spirit-filled studies of Biblical baptisms; baptised into Christ, water baptism, Holy Spirit baptism, with a question and answer section on this topic.
On the Cessation of Prophecy
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Pentecostal Charismatic Theological Inquiry International
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