I don't know whether or not this is mean spirited or sinful. And, this may be slightly off topic, but I would be curious to see what would happen if one would go to a charismatic church and quote one of the OT texts in Hebrew, or read the NT in Greek. Do you think people would look at you funny?[/quote:8053519398]Actually, a fellow student was telling me just today about a group of guys from a TMS Charismatic Theology class that went to a charismatic service one time to check it out. Toward the end of the 'service' people started going forward and speaking tongues in microphones they had set up. After they spoke an interpreter would share the revelation . Well, one of the guys had memorized a Psalm (sorry, can't remember which one) in Hebrew and went forward to shared his 'revelation' with the crowd. You guessed it, an interpreter stood up and interpreted it. Hehe, the guy told him that he was way off and that he'd just spoken a Psalm in Hebrew. Well, that was the end of their visit. They actually had ushers (can you say "bouncers" escort him out post haste. :biggrin::biggrin::biggrin: I don't think I'd have the guts for something like that, but it is funny.
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