Cessationist charismatic?

I have an off-and-on interest in the debate over the charismata. I’ve held to both sides of the debate during my life, and currently find myself on the charismatic side.

Recently I’ve returned to the writings of Vern Poythress, a presbyterian theologian, and I’ve been very pleased with the nuance of his position. Poythress attempts to mediate between the two sides, and I think he does so successfully. I highly recommend his articles/chapters on the subject:

A Test Case: Miracles
Pastoral Healing in the Miracles Controversy
Linguistic and Sociological Analyses of Modern Tongues-Speaking: Their Contributions and Limitations
Modern Spiritual Gifts as Analagous to Apostolic Gifts: Affirming Extraordinary Works of the Spirit within Cessationist Theology
The Nature of Corinthian Glossolalia: Possible Options