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Yes, theosis is the same as divinisation, and both are akin to godliness, and are not unrelated to the Calvinist concept of sancrification, though a little further removed. I don...
Just wanted to mention--The online “Jesus Manifesto” essay by Sweet & Viola has just been expanded to a 200-page book called JESUS MANIFESTO (published by Thomas Nelson). The...
PRETORIA ADOPTION SUPPORT GROUP (PASG) The PASG was recently started, due to a need for such a support group in the Pretoria area. The group offers support to individuals and...
Ever since going to an exorcist who wanted to deliver me from my struggles (!), I've been a little weary of quick-fixes in the realm of the psychological and spiritual. I just...
Hey Roger, Thanks for the extra info on the history of NLP. I can see how some of the things you mention would cause some to look hesitantly at NLP, without necessarily knowing...
Is Theosis the same thing as "Divinisation"?
Thanks for the reply, Jacques. Just a quick one before I go to sleep (more to follow): there is no question that Richard Bandler is as arrogant as they come (I have a DVD of him I...
I heard from Mike Todd that the sessions were recorded and will hopefully be posted online sometime.
Any news on if someone actually recorded the sessions?
Hey Roger, I read your post with interest as I am also extremely interested in understanding personal transformation, both for myself and for others. When I read Bandler's...
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