Mark Barnes believes that Speaking in Tongues is a practice that should only be practiced by Roman Catholics:
Most Charismatics believe that “speaking in tongues is prayer or praise spoken in syllables not understood by the speaker”. Tongues, in other words, are understandable only with interpretation. Frankly, this turns the clock back on the reformation. Charismatics who practice tongues-speaking in public worship have given up the hard-won victory that the word of God should be in the language of the hearer.
I may have some thoughts later to share in response, but for now, I’d like to hear *your* thoughts.
However, I will add that his arguments in this post aren’t nearly as interesting as his earlier post that Charismatics Are Not New Testament Christians