Event Title

Gifts of the Holy Ghost

Location

Old Dominion University, Learning Commons at Perry Library, Room 1306

Start Date

8-4-2017 3:00 PM

End Date

8-4-2017 3:20 PM

Description

This oral presentation is going to be regarding the authenticity of the Gifts of the Holy Ghost. They were a part of the beginning of Christianity, but some profess that they are still active today. In the book of Acts in the Bible, it is explained that the Holy Ghost is the spirit of God. It is written that it had fell over 3, 000 Christians after Jesus had resurrected, and ascended to be on the right hand of the Father. Therefore I will be researching this topic through literary analysis, experimentation, and survey interviews. In the literary analysis we will be looking at different written pieces for historical evidence. In experimentation, I will be testing groups of people to see if these gifts will actually occur among them. Through survey interviews I will be questioning people for a deeper understanding of what they experience.

Presentation Type

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Apr 8th, 3:00 PM Apr 8th, 3:20 PM

Gifts of the Holy Ghost

Old Dominion University, Learning Commons at Perry Library, Room 1306

This oral presentation is going to be regarding the authenticity of the Gifts of the Holy Ghost. They were a part of the beginning of Christianity, but some profess that they are still active today. In the book of Acts in the Bible, it is explained that the Holy Ghost is the spirit of God. It is written that it had fell over 3, 000 Christians after Jesus had resurrected, and ascended to be on the right hand of the Father. Therefore I will be researching this topic through literary analysis, experimentation, and survey interviews. In the literary analysis we will be looking at different written pieces for historical evidence. In experimentation, I will be testing groups of people to see if these gifts will actually occur among them. Through survey interviews I will be questioning people for a deeper understanding of what they experience.