How do Christians who believe in current-day Apostles, Prophets and the 5-fold ministry interpret Ephesians 2:20?
Are there published testimonies from Christians about their personal experiences with the gift of prophecy?
How do continuationists respond to the 'closed canon' argument against the continuation of special revelations and sign gifts?
How do Continuationists explain the fact that the vast majority of Christians have never personally experienced "overtly miraculous" spiritual gifts?
What denominations believe that a Book of Acts style of interaction with the Holy Spirit is still possible today?
Are there any reports of charismatic gifts in operation from the period between the 5th and 17th centuries AD?
Is there a name for a stronger version of Pascal's Wager in which one wagers that continuationism is true?
What answer do continuationists have to the seven mentions of 'miracles/signs/wonders' in Revelation?
What is an overview of Christian beliefs regarding which spiritual gifts are still available to the body of Christ and which ones have ceased?
How do Christians who believe in current-day Apostles, Prophets and the 5-fold ministry interpret Revelation 21?
How do believers in modern-day miracles interpret John 20:29 & 2 Corinthians 5:7 (faith without sight)?
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