Some articles on tongues:

Charismatic Adventism - Beliefs - Fundamental Beliefs
... While the gift of tongues or "glossolalia" is not specifically mentioned, Adventists more often limit it to the ability to speak unlearned human languages, or "xenoglossy" and have generally ... The Handbook of Seventh-day Adventist Theology takes the position that speaking in tongues refers to "previously unlearned human languages" (xenoglossy), using the experience on the ... David Asscherick also believes tongues are xenoglossy only ...
Tongues In The Seventh-day Adventist Church
... believe that the spiritual gifts such as "speaking in tongues" do continue in the present age, but believe that tongues in the Bible refer to other or unlearned human languages (xenoglossy) only, and were used to ...
Charismatic Adventism - Beliefs - Speaking in Tongues
... See also Seventh-day Adventist theology#Speaking in tongues Adventists commonly believe that speaking in tongues refers to speaking in earthly languages not known to the user, so the user ... Adventists approve of and/or speak in tongues, whereas 11% have no opinion and approximately 85% disapprove ...
Silent Tongues
... Silent Tongues is a live album by Cecil Taylor on solo piano recorded at the Montreux Jazz Festival in 1974 ... It features Taylor's five-movement work "Silent Tongues" along with two encores ...
Two Tongues (album)
... Two Tongues is the first studio album by the supergroup Two Tongues, released on February 3, 2009 ...

Famous quotes containing the word tongues:

    You have witchcraft in your lips, Kate. There is more
    eloquence in a sugar touch of them than in the tongues of
    the French council.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    Now you courtly dames and knights,
    That study only strange delights,
    Though you scorn the home-spun gray
    And revel in your rich array;
    Though your tongues dissemble deep
    And can your heads from danger keep:
    Yet for all your pomp and train,
    Securer lives the silly swain.
    Thomas Campion (1567–1620)

    They gathered up the crystal manna to freeze
    Their tongues with tasting, their hands with snowballing;
    Or rioted in a drift, plunging up to the knees;
    Robert Bridges (1844–1930)