Puzzled by supernatural manifestations? Tongues, prophecy, angels, visions, dreams, voices, mysticism, holy laughter, shaking, falling, and more!–How do we know what is from God? Is It of God? Volume 2 pracitically applies biblical discernment principles from Volume 1. Acclaimed by scholars.
“As a pastor and scholar, Dr. Paul King explores a variety of controversial topics modeling his discernment guidebook honestly and fairly showing us how Christians can have godly responses to perplexing situations. He asks the hard questions, exploring each topic in light of Scripture, church history, and principles of Holy Spirit enlightenment in order to exercise true spiritual discernment.”
Rev. Patrick A. Blewett, DMin, PhD, Dean, A.W. Tozer Theological Seminary
“Some Christians pursue wonders more than the Wonderful Counselor. Reacting in turn, some throw out the baby with the bathwater and dismiss God’s miracles or speaking today. The mandatory biblical solution, however, is discernment. Like the first volume of Is It of God?, this book is also richly informed by careful scholarship and the voices of spiritual leaders of the past. Paul King summons us again to this desperately needed task of practically applying careful spiritual discernment.”
CRAIG S. KEENER, PHD, F. M. and Ada Thompson Professor of Biblical Studies, Asbury Theological Seminary
“Dr. Paul King has shown excellent practical and biblical insight into the sometimes chaotic world of Pentecostal and charismatic expressions. He hits head-on the most controversial, even explosive, subjects in religious experience in the most balanced sure-footed manner, such as “Can a Christian have a demon?” or “true, false, and mixed prophecy,” or the “Kundalini spirit vs. the Holy Spirit,” and a variety of other issues that demand the serious, biblical examination that King provides.”
Jon Ruthven, PhD, Professor Emeritus, Regent University School of Divinity, author of On the Cessation of the Charismata and What’s Wrong with Protestant Theology.