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Todd Bentley

I’ve been watching Todd Bentley from the USA with some interest in the last few days. For those of you who don’t know him, you

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Revising my book

I don’t regularly update my blog (I mean, it’s not that popular anyway so there isn’t really a need to. I don’t even think my

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Attainable vs Receivable

Grace is not attainable – this is evident by the Gospel. You don’t deserve grace, and you don’t attain it in some means. Grace can

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Salvation now, salvation then

Soteriology (the theology of how we are saved, so to speak) is not an uncomplex discussion. You’ve got “Calvinists,” “Arminians,” “Free Gracers,” “Catholic,” “Orthodox” and

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Grace

For a while now God has got me on this path of discovering grace more and more (and I suspect that this will be a

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The Worship Industry

See Christian writer Brian Mclaren’s little 3 min video about the “worship industry” (a term we all cringe at, I’m sure) here at http://www.theworkofthepeople.com/index.php?ct=store.details&pid=V00246. This

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Relationships?

Well, I think it’s been officially a month (or maybe more) since I last posted on my blog. I suppose maintaining a blog is a

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Stick it to the man!

Having been back in JHB for almost a week now I feel the pressure… the endless voice of the Invisible Man insisting that you need

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Back from holiday!

Well, I’m back from a totally AWESOME holiday in East London. I went down to be at Lindsey and Shane Riley’s wedding, which – I

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Links, wonderful links

I’ve also posted my blog about hell on the engagenations blog at http://emergentafrica.com. It has resulted in some wonderful comments and conversation, worth some reading.  Ryan

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My feelings about hell

Over at the engagenations blog, i’ve posted my feelings about hell and whether or not this topic is prohibiting Christian evangelism rather than encouraging it.

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