He examines the writings of John Wesley, Dr. Curtis Hutson and James M. Frye to weigh their response to the practice of speaking in tongues. In John Wesley, he finds a voice who just wants his congregation to be able to understand his message. Like Wesley, he has endeavored in this book to present the material in a manner so that all who read it may understand and profit from its content. As he delves more deeply into the writings of Hutson and Frye, he finds two theologians who also share his view of speaking in tongues.
With that as a basis, Reverend Bell decided to search the Scripture for himself so that he would learn what God required of him as he worshipped Him in Spirit and in Truth.