Tongues: Speaking or Hearing?

On the day of Pentecost, when the disciples assembled together and the Holy Spirit descended, the believers began to speak in tongues, and others heard the wonderful works of God in their own language. Did the apostles miraculously speak other languages, or did the listeners simply hear the works of God in their own language? In other words, was the miracle of tongues the speaking or the hearing?

What About Carbon-14 Dating?

A common question concerning the creation-evolution controversy is “What about carbon-14 dating?” This radiometric dating method appears often in the mass media news, probably because it is usually applied to fossil materials, particularly to those connected with ancient human remains. Many people are interested in what the fossils say, and carbon-14 (abbreviated C-14) dating seems to make them say they once lived ten, twenty, forty or fifty thousand years ago. As the reasoning apparently goes, with all this time available, perhaps evolution actually did take place.

New Booklets Available September 1!

The Roar of the Ecumenical Movement

By Dr. Eugene J. Petersen (1922-2016)

Some years ago I received a Christmas card which quoted Kahil Gibran, “To be closer to God, be closer to people.” Inside of each letter “O” were symbols of Christianity, Mohammedanism, Judaism, Confucianism, Hinduism, and Buddhism! That Christmas card was emblematic of the ecumenical spirit of these times, and now with the phenomenal growth of the New Age Movement, the reality of a one world religious system is truly growing.

Shipping Notice

To all our friends of the FEA: This is just a brief note to let you know that any literature you order either online or through our office will not be shipped until August 9, 2016. Our office will still be open during regular office hours, and you can still place orders online or by calling our office during the next two weeks, but your order will not ship until August 9. Also, our website will not be updated until the second week of August as well.

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