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Title: SDA Senate Chaplain Barry Black offers some interesting insights
Post by: Soli Deo Gloria on August 03, 2017, 10:55:38 PM
Interesting testimony from Barry Black.

http://www1.cbn.com/cbnnews/us/2017/february/senate-chaplain-in-awe-of-senator-whos-led-13-heads-of-state-to-christ?cpid=:ID:-20801-:DT:-2017-08-01-10:38:47-:US:-AB1-:CN:-CP1-:PO:-NC1-:ME:-SU1-:SO:-FB1-:SP:-NW1-:PF:-TX1-
Title: Re: SDA Senate Chaplain Barry Black offers some interesting insights
Post by: newbie on August 04, 2017, 09:11:52 AM
Soli...  I used to think this man was a wonderful link to the senate and a testimony of our faith until I heard him speak in tongues... it's on youtube and he does not deny it in interviews... really a sad day for me when I realized this.
Title: Re: SDA Senate Chaplain Barry Black offers some interesting insights
Post by: Larry Lyons on August 04, 2017, 01:15:23 PM
A few years ago I saw him preaching on utube,  speaking normally, but he would occasionally seem to mutter something under his breath only slightly interrupting the flow of speech. It looked like more like Gilles-Tourette syndrome which is a neurological disorder that I think is usually successfully managed with medication.  I have seen video clips of people talking in tongues but never in a way that resembled what I saw Barry Black doing.

The link that Stan posted is very interesting, in more ways than one; especially in a prophetic sense.
Title: Re: SDA Senate Chaplain Barry Black offers some interesting insights
Post by: Soli Deo Gloria on August 04, 2017, 10:06:00 PM
A few years ago I saw him preaching on utube,  speaking normally, but he would occasionally seem to mutter something under his breath only slightly interrupting the flow of speech. It looked like more like Gilles-Tourette syndrome which is a neurological disorder that I think is usually successfully managed with medication.  I have seen video clips of people talking in tongues but never in a way that resembled what I saw Barry Black doing.

The link that Stan posted is very interesting, in more ways than one; especially in a prophetic sense.

Yes Larry, I think we ought to be careful when accusing of speaking in tongues. Barry is a good man.