Exploring the biblical theology of Christian egalitarianism

Salvation and Eternal Life

Instant Christianity?

March 26th, 2010

When we entrust our lives to Jesus, our eternal life begins. Our salvation is a done deal, or so it would seem. Is it really a case of instant christianity? Continue reading»

In Christ, every day is a new day

November 1st, 2009

Jesus did not come to make us “better” people or to give us a “better” life. He came so that we could become new and live a new life. [140 words] Continue reading»

Children of God!!!

September 17th, 2009

. . . Immediately there was an excited buzz in the room. Every child became more alert and exchanged comments of amazement with their neighbour. The children were astonished, even incredulous: “We can become children of GOD!?”

Why don’t adults get this excited about this extraordinary truth? Continue reading»

Becoming a Christian

September 17th, 2009

Becoming a Christian isn’t about following a set of rules or guidelines, or living by a set of values. Becoming a Christian means knowing Jesus as Saviour and Lord, and thus having a relationship and connection with God. Continue reading»

Faith, Belief, Trust, and Salvation – John 2:24-25

August 1st, 2009

There is no doubt that we are saved simply by placing our faith and belief in Jesus.
But what does faith and believing really mean? The use of the word “entrust” in John 2:24 gives us a clue. Continue reading»

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