(Average: 15 minute read). A definition of Sin: Sin! The mechanism the world use to indulge itself in acts of selfishness. Scripture reminds us ‘all have sinned’ because ‘’each one is tempted when by his own evil desires he is lured away and enticed. Then after desire has conceived, it gives birth to sin.” We dabble […]
(10-minute read). In my last two debates with respected Muslim Scholars Sheikh Molana Abu Bakr Akoo and Sheikh Musa Adam, both mentioned John 17:3 as a prime example of Jesus’ denial of His own Divinity. It reads as follow: “And this is eternal life, that they know you, the only true God, and Jesus Christ […]
I had the opportunity to collaborate with some incredible authors/Theologians (Edward Dalcour, Hiram R. Diaz III, Cab Malone, and Michael Burgos) to produce a book to be released later this year.”Our God is Triune: Essays in Exegetical Theology”. Here is a tentative picture of the cover and table of contents:
Date: 17 August 2018. Time: 6 pm Address: Rhema Bible College Randburg.
(Average read: 5 Minutes). This is the second instalment where I set out to show the simple inconsistencies and the poor reflection on the Scriptures from “Christ In Me International” (PTA). From here on, I will refer to ‘Christ in Me International’ in abbreviated terms as ‘CIMI’. The availability of their article is found at the […]
Upcoming Debate 14 July 2018. Topic: Jesus in the Quran & Jesus in the Bible. Venue: Pietermaritzburg City Hall. Molana Abu Bakr Akoo and PS Rudolph P. Boshoff.
(Average read: 5 Minutes). I am appreciative of ‘Christ in Me International’s attempt to explain their perspective on the roots and definition of the Doctrine of the Trinity and Jesus Christ. In this article, I will look at the context of the Scriptures they mention as well as the validity of their own teachings surrounding […]
(Average reading time: 4 minutes) A while back I posted an article looking at the common objections raised against the scholar Jacob Arminius (1559-1609) and subsequently thought to also write about three common misunderstandings surrounding John Calvin as well (1509-1564). Here are three misconceptions: Calvin killed Servetus. A Catholic revert from the reformation Jerome Bolsec […]
(Average reading time: 10 minutes) Born almost a century after Martin Luther, Dutch theologian, minister, and Professor at Leiden University, Jacob Arminius (1559-1609) is purported to be a very controversial figure in the early Reformation. Historically he is caricatured as the antitypical hero who was seemingly instrumental in derailing the pinnacle axis of the Reformation. […]
Christ in Me International (CiMI) is a New Religious Movement developing in South Africa. We were alerted to its existence when we began receiving emails and requests for information: Is this a group that falls within the historic Christian faith but engages in some odd practices, or does the New Religious Movement fall outside the […]