A "tongues movement" is sweeping the religious world. Once confined to a few "fundamentalist sects," it now finds adherents in almost every denomination, including some of those considered the most staid and tradition bound. It has aroused interest among linguists and psychologists as well as theologians. This article examines the studies of all three groups. "RA NA KAB ALE MEEKA DU BIMA," cried a woman. "Thus saith the Lord, my spirit is moving among ordinary people, breaking forth in revival, not in the temple or tabernacle, but among all my children in this hour," came the interpretation by another. It was a far-from-unusual occurrence in the meeting of one international, interdenominational organization.
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