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Pastor Rudolph emphasized the following facts from a Christian perspective.
a. God’s absolute holiness
Ps Rudolph showed that God is unique, and His commands are reflective of His very self. Therefore, ...
the severity of our sinfulness is evident in that we have acted against God, and we are in dire need of saving.
b. The severity of sinfulness
Sin separates man from any intention of goodness and leaves man unable to save himself.
c. Continuity between Old and New Testament conceptions of salvation
God merited specific instances of what is necessary to achieve any salvation. Satisfaction, propitiation, substitution, reconciliation, and redemption.
d. The need for a perfect mediator
These are only afforded by the perfect mediator, Jesus Christ, once and for all.
e. The uselessness of good works
In the Judeo-Christian consummation of salvation, man cannot add an ounce of goodness towards his own salvation. He must be solely dependent on what God merited as acceptable.
f. The Perfect work of Jesus Christ
The Christian conception of salvation really finds its full consummation in the person and work of Jesus Christ. The writer to the Hebrews highlights in several ways how the sacrifice of Christ excels the sacrifices of the old covenant.

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I am in full-time vocational ministry for the last 20 years and also currently the director of Ad Lucem Ministries (Towards the light). This ministry investigates theological trends and apologetic questions in an African and global context. The primary focus of Ad Lucem Ministries is to give credible Biblical answers for the Christian Faith by comparing opposing worldviews, theological questions, and ecclesiological issues, in the Church and a broader setting. I have also moderated and participated in numerous debates with both international and local scholars on topics ranging from Islam, comparative religions, social issues, and Christian foundations.

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I have completed my Bachelor’s degree in Theology at the South African Theological Seminary as well as my Bachelor’s degree in Theology Honors at the same institution. I am also actively pursuing my Masters in Theology with a specific emphasis on Islam.

I was the Dean of Rhema Bible up until December 2022, teaching theology. I taught central subjects like Systematic Theology, World Religions, Islam, Church History, Eschatology, Christian Ethics, and New Testament studies. 

I have been blessed with an awesome wife, Candice Boshoff, who is actively involved behind the scenes of this ministry. We moved from Gauteng to Kwa-Zulu Natal at the beginning of 2021. My wife and I also have one Rottweiler, Missy, and added new additions to the family called Crunchie and Bella. 

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