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How Do Charasmatics Explain ! Cor 12:28-30?

Discussion in 'Other Christian Denominations' started by Yeshua1, May 22, 2013.

  1. Yeshua1

    Yeshua1 Well-Known Member

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    paul wrote that ONLY some spoke in tongues even in Apostolic times, and notice that helinks the offices of Prophets/Apostles to workers of hrealings/miracles/tongues, so if those have ceased, why would not have tongues?
     
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    1. 1Cor 12 does declare the end of any gifts at all.
    2. 1Cor 14 insists that church members should earnestly seek spiritual gifts - but especially the gift of prophecy.

    3. The point that 1Cor 12 does not make the claim that all saints have all spiritual gifts - is valid because it is actually in the text itself.

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    Gift of prophecy in the NT NOT same as office of a prophet, and both ceased after canon closed!
     
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    You quote you so often - you must think of yourself as a Bible writer and then imagine that we all do too.

    It is not working.

    Thus we take Paul over you-quote-you.

    1. 1Cor 12 does NOT declare the end of any gifts at all.
    2. 1Cor 14 insists that church members should earnestly seek spiritual gifts - but especially the gift of prophecy.

    3. The point that 1Cor 12 does not make the claim that all saints have all spiritual gifts - is valid because it is actually in the text itself. But at no point does Paul say that only Apostles have gifts - and at no point does Paul deny his statement about "EACH one has a teaching, EACH one has a revelation" etc. So in the church of Corinth - they apparently had a lot of spiritual gifts For those inclined to read Paul over you-quote-you
     
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