William Arthur

The Tongue of Fire

Born in 1819, William Arthur was one of a rising generation of Wesleyan leaders
who saw that the Holy Spirit had mightily breathed life into the movement
and was now slowly being omitted from Methodist preaching and practice.
His The Tongue of Fire is, in essence, a manifesto inviting Methodists to recover
their birthright as an apostolic movement living in the fullness of the Holy Spirit.
309 printed pages


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