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A Biblical Case for Cessationism

Why the Miraculous Gifts of the Spirit Have Ended

Did God intend for the miraculous gifts, so powerfully present during the ministry of the apostles, to continue throughout the church age? This crucial question has massive implications for every follower of Jesus Christ. Sadly, the debate over this issue has often produced more heat than light. But in the end, only one factor should determine how we answer that question: What does the Bible say?

In A Biblical Case for Cessationism, Tom Pennington carefully considers seven primary biblical arguments for the cessation of the miraculous gifts of the Spirit. As a seasoned pastor and faithful expositor, Tom will help you consider what Scripture teaches about an issue that affects every aspect of the Christian experience—from your view of Scripture and philosophy of church ministry to your daily walk as a disciple of Jesus Christ and your relationship with the Holy Spirit.

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Tom Pennington has served as Pastor-Teacher at Countryside Bible Church in Southlake, Texas since 2003. He also serves as the Dean of the Dallas Distance Location of The Master’s Seminary, teaches various seminary courses, and is actively involved internationally in training pastors in expository preaching. Tom’s preaching is featured on The Word Unleashed
(thewordunleashed.org).

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Weight 215 g
Dimensions 125 × 190 × 14 cm

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