Perceiving God’s Voice: Divine Guidance for Everyday Believers

I co-authored this article with my M.Th student Hugh Goosen and we published it in the SATS Conspectus in May 2015. Vagueness exists amongst Christians with regards to what it is like to experience divine guidance practically. This problem is aggravated by conflicting perspectives on the will of God, whether or not His will

TruthTalks: A Book that Reveals

Dr Christopher Peppler looks into the night sky and what it reveals and asks: How many people have gazed in awe at the scope and grandeur of God’s creation? Millions and millions of people, all looking at what is in essence declaring that “the heavens declare the glory of God. The skies proclaim the

Gateways that go nowhere

Gateways usualy open into something, but every so often I come accross gateways that go nowhere. When something interesting, troubling, enlightening or important comes my way, I like to write a short article about it. Just the other day, someone sent me a booklet titled, ‘Gateways of the Threefold Nature of Man’. A quick

The Bible under Attack, Again.

After church on Sunday, someone asked me what I thought of the “Bible Secrets Revealed” series currently airing on the History Channel. I hadn’t seen the production, so later that day I watched episode one – sickening! I don’t object to an honest enquiry into the difficulties some people have with the content and

That Meddlesome Millennium

Millennium is a word that has caused more confusion than possibly any other word in the Bible, but it isn’t actually in the Bible. Revelation 20:3 refers to a 1,000-year reign of Christ. The Greek word used for 1,000 is ‘chilia’ but in 405AD Jerome  compiled the Latin Vulgate version of the Bible and

Hallelujah

All heaven affirms the righteousness of God in judging the religious and humanistic systems of the word, and all of creation rejoices, with a loud “hallelujah’, at the great celebration of those who love and obey Jesus. Part Six of Revelation (Chapter 19) is only one chapter long, but it is rich and deep

End-time harvests

The church of the Lord Jesus Christ stands before the beasts of Humanism and Religion and proclaims the Eternal Gospel. This is vividly presented in Revelation Chapter 13 and the first 13 verses of Chapter 14, but then the scene shifts to two dramatic end-time events, the gathering in of the church and the judgement

The Eternal Gospel

Humanism and Religion work together in an unholy partnership to oppose the church and to bewitch and control the world. Opposing them stands the church proclaiming an Eternal Gospel. Humanism, (the sum of science, medicine, philosophy, economics, technology, military power, politics, and hedonism), delegates its authority to Religion (the sum of The Occult, New

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