Speaking in Tongues (disambiguation)
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Glossolalia or speaking in tongues is the phenomenon of speaking in unintelligible utterances (often as part of religious practices).
Speaking in Tongues may also refer to:
- Angelic tongues, a term related to the concept of sung praise in Second Temple period Jewish materials
- Speaking in Tongues (Talking Heads album), 1983
- Speaking in Tongues (David Murray album), 1999
- Speaking in Tongues, album by The Holmes Brothers produced by Joan Osborne, 2001
- Speaking in Tongues (Bizzy Bone album), 2005
- "Speaking in Tongues" (song), a song by Arcade Fire
- "Speaking in Tongues", a song from the Meat Loaf album Braver Than We Are
- Speaking in Tongues (speech), a speech written by Gloria E. Anzaldúa
- Speaking in Tongues (TV series), an Australian television program
- Speaking in Tongues (Hilltop Hoods song), a song by Australian hip hop group, The Hilltop Hoods
- Speaking in Tongues, an Australian play by Andrew Bovell upon which the film Lantana is based
- "Speak in Tongues", a song by Placebo from the 2009 album Battle for the Sun
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"Speaking in tongues" is found in the Bible in Mark 16, Acts 2, 8, 10, 19 and other new testament books. Especially it is explained in 1st Corinthians 12-14. It is described, among other things, as "speaking directly to God", "speaking mysteries", "self edifying" and in Jude for "building ones faith". Speaking in tongues is known as "perfect prayer", heavenly language, prayer language, among other descriptions. It is known to have begun when the followers/believers of Jesus were "filled with the Holy Spirit", "baptized in the Holy Spirit and fire", and "endued with power from on high", among other descriptions. It is known in most denominations, including RCC (Roman Catholic), but especially in Charismatic, full gospel, Pentecostal, apostolic and non-denominational and other "Spirit-filled churches..