- SPIRIT BAPTISM.
- GIFTS. a) Tongues for private edification? b) Tongues as a sign.
- LAYING OF HANDS. A) Is infiltration of a believer possible?
- PASSIVITY. a) The identity Theory. B) Active or Passive? C) Falling on ones back. E) out of the body experience.
|Third Edition - 2009 |
Publisher GLS Mumbai
- SIGNS AND WONDERS. Signs in the Gospel of John, A) the case of Nicodemus. B) The response of the 5000. C) Passivity among these modern movements. D) Which is the greatest wonder? Signs in Acts. From signs to scripture. Signs, wonders and miracles, Signs in the last days, Signs in our days, A final consideration
- THE SECOND COMING
- RENEWAL THEOLOGY
- THE HOLY SPIRIT AND THE LORD JESUS
- THE ECUMENICAL ALIGNMENT.
|Fourth Edition - 2012|
Published by GBBM, Bangalure
|The Blogger Philip V Ariel |
with the Author Alexander Seibel
Alexander Seibel was born in Vienna in 1943. Brought up in a customary religious setting, he later discarded his religion and became an atheist. His main interests as a student were scientific subjects.
He was confronted with the Good News of the Bible during his days as a student through the testimony of some Christian believers of a worldwide missionary movement. The undeniable fulfillment of biblical prophecies in relation to Israel made it possible for the Lord to soften Alexander's heart toward Christianity. The final breakthrough, where he finally surrendered his life to the Lord Jesus Christ, came on August 4, 1968 when he listened to a message about true discipleship.
Up until this time when Alexander completed his studies, he was a member of the Baptist Church in Vienna. He now holds a Master of Technology degree and works as a full time evangelist. He speaks on the subjects of science, the Bible, and evolution versus creation to youth groups and students. He has engaged in an extensive study of the Charismatic Movement and recent trends in our society and churches. He has written several books, some of them up to five editions, which have been translated into several European languages. Alexander Seibel now lives in Germany, is married, and the father of three children.