Gift of Tongues Quiz
So you think you know a lot about the christian doctrine of speaking in tongues? Take this test and find out. For complete answers go to https://charlesasullivan.com/special-projects/gift-tongues-project/ for more information.
The Camisards, Occitan-speaking Huguenots who lived in the rugged mountains of south-central France called Cévennes in the 17th to 18th centuries, spoke in tongues. What miraculous language did they speak?
10 points
Speaking in tongues died out in the second-century, suppressed by the Church for over 1600 years, and was revived in the late 1800s. True or False?
20 points
The London based Irvingite Movement in the 1830s brought tongues-speaking into prominence within the Protestant world. The Irvingite tongues outbreak was started by a young lady named Mary Campbell. What languages did she speak in?
5 points
What did Thomas Aquinas believe the mysterious tongues of Corinth to mean?
5 points
According to Epiphanius, a fourth-century Christian leader, the problem in Corinth was:
20 points
Who was the author that pioneered the idea of tongues as an “ecstatic utterance”?
10 points
Tertullian (third to early fourth-century) wrote a controversial piece where he references speaking in tongues. What did he believe speaking in tongues to be?
10 points
Does the Assemblies of God, one of the largest Pentecostal denominations in the United States, believe speaking in tongues to be an expectation for anyone being filled with the Spirit? True
5 points
The fourth-century Egyptian Pachomius entreated God about a language barrier between him and a christian brother. Afterwards, Pachomius was then miraculously able to:
5 points
According to the Latin based Ambrosiaster text (fourth-century and later) what was the problem of Corinth?
20 points
True or false. Did Origen believe speaking in tongues to be an exalted language/obscure speech?
20 points
Vincent Ferrer, a Dominican Missionary and itinerant speaker in the thirteenth-century, could only speak one language, but wherever he went and spoke, the people would miraculously hear him speak in their language. What language did Vincent Ferrer speak?
5 points
According to the Pentecostal scholar, Gary B. McGee, the gift of tongues had shifted to a private prayer language after the Azusa Street Revival because:
20 points
Augustine felt speaking in tongues had evolved during his time. What did it evolve to?
15 points
Charles Parham, one of the founders in the modern tongues movement, believed the tongues-speech at the Azusa Street Revival to be:
10 points
What did the Venerable Bede (eighth-century) initially believe happened at Pentecost?
5 points
The Donatists, a North African rival christian movement, opposed Augustine and the Catholic Church. They believed they were the true church because: (There is more than one answer to this question)
5 points
The miracle of speaking in tongues in Medieval Catholicism was:
10 points
The adjective "unknown" as in unknown tongues is an English translation Bible tradition that is not found any earlier Greek or Latin texts. Why did this happen?
25 points
Conyers Middleton wrote "Free Inquiry" in the late 1700s. It was a masterpiece on the arguments outlining miracles and why the supernatural gifts displayed by early Christians have ceased. What theological movement did he inspire?
5 points
The fourth-century theologian, Gregory Nazianzus, contributed to the longest and most argued discussion in the history of the christian doctrine of tongues. What was it?
20 points
Edward Irving, the founder of the Irvingite Movement, once referred to speaking-in-tongues as:
5 points
Most modern academics believe tongues-speech to be: (There are two answers to this question):
20 points
In what century did the noun, "glossolalia" first enter into the English religious vocabulary?
5 points
What mistake did Tyranius Rufinus make in translating Gregory's Pentecost two-choice theory that caused centuries worth of debate in the Latin-speaking Church?
5 points
In Jewish synagogues outside of Israel during Paul's time, the interpreter had a prominent role to play. What was the Jewish name for this office?
5 points
Cyril of Jerusalem (fourth-century) relates that Peter and Andrew at Pentecost spoke in what languages?
5 points
The Azusa Street Revival which happened in the early 1900s in Los Angeles, California is considered the birthplace of the modern tongues movement. When the people at Azusa Street spoke in tongues, they believe they were supernaturally speaking in:
20 points
Which English Bible first inserted the adjective "unknown" as in "unknown tongues" to applicable tongues passages I Corinthians?
5 points
Pope Benedict the XIV (late 1700s) wrote one the of the most detailed and descriptive works on speaking in tongues. What did he believe speaking in tongues to be?
10 points
When were the speaker--interpreter offices first introduced into the Jewish liturgy?
25 points
What did Augustine, (fourth-century) Bishop of Hippo, believe the tongues of Pentecost to be:
15 points
Thomas Aquinas in the thirteenth century believed that the Gift of Tongues had transformed into something different during his time. What was it?
5 points
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