Other Books by R. Glenn Brown

Pentecost Rekindled

Pentecost Rekindled

Millions of sincere Christians have been reluctant to seek the fullness of the Holy Spirit because of the Pentecostal teaching that links Spirit baptism with speaking in tongues. “For the multitude of Christians who have never spoken in tongues but have a passionate hunger for God’s powerful presence, let me say unequivocally and categorically: ‘You can be baptized in the Holy Spirit without tongues.'” So begins the second of R. Glenn Brown’s treatises on the Doctrine of the Holy Spirit and what he considers to be the “unscriptural” Pentecostal view of speaking in tongues as the primary evidence of Spirit baptism. This book continues a theological dialogue which Brown publicly entered when he wrote PENTECOST REVISITED. In PENTECOST REKINDLED he continues to confront the division within the body of Christ between traditional Pentecostalism and the broader Evangelical community. In this volume, he broadens the discussion to include evidence that stringent Pentecostalism has encouraged such divisive attitudes as racial bigotry, classism and skewed theology in general. But he also goes beyond that to point out the positive reasons why speaking in tongues accompanied the outpouring of the Spirit at Pentecost. Those positive reasons apply to speaking in tongues today but they are totally ignored by traditional Pentecostals and traditional Evangelicals alike. When they are recognized and applied they can become a powerful unifying force within a fractured church. “These biblical purposes I see more clearly now than I did when I wrote PENTECOST REVISITED,” says Brown.

 

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Pentecostal Potpourri

Pentecostal Potpourri

Brown, a retired U.S. Navy chaplain, pastor, author and missionary, presents sixteen essays. He writers from the perspective of over half a century of ordained ministry with the Assemblies of God. He decries the misrepresentation of the purpose of supernaturally inspired languages that accompanied the outpouring of the Holy Spirit at feast of Pentecost (Acts 2). He shows More than that, he presents a purpose for tongues that is solidly based upon Scripture which helps unite the church and heals the divide between Pentecostals and other Christians.

 

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The Truth Seekers

The Truth Seekers

The first half of the book features Viktor Gorgachuk. Born in the USSR, his Orthodox parents keep his birth a secret by bribing the midwife. When Viktor is four, he is left at a remote monastery for eight years. Here he is educated and then released to his parents at twelve years of age. About this time, the midwife reveals the secret birth to the KGB, who begin a search for Viktor. The parents secretly leave Viktor with a family of Pentecostals and flee to Vladivostok where they are discovered by the KGB. Refusing to divulge Viktor’s location, they are killed. Five years later, Viktor flees the USSR and immigrates to the United States. Viktor’s escape from the KGB after the murder of his parents, and his adventures leading up to his immigration to America, is a riveting story. The second half follows Viktor in America. Here he becomes a leading pastor within Evangelicalism, which is seriously divided theologically. At one end of the divide are Pentecostals who believe supernatural spiritual gifts are active today and speaking in tongues is required evidence of Spirit baptism. At the other end are Cessationists who believe supernatural gifts of the Spirit ceased after the New Testament was completed. Pentecostal Pastor Viktor Gorgachuk becomes close friends with Cessationist Pastor Bill Ballard. They deplore the division within Evangelicalism. Both are committed to scripture as the ultimate authority for faith and practice. They agree to study each other’s doctrine to determine what scripture says. Each agrees to follow scripture if the result of his search demands it. The interaction between two sincere preachers searching for truth is compelling. It’s a story that thousands of evangelicals and others searching for spiritual reality can relate to. Join the Truth Seekers if you dare.

 

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