Dogma for a new millennium

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Dr Andre Pelser presents his mandate for DOGMA: “I had this dream five years ago that I should rewrite the basic beliefs systems for our kind of church, the apostolic or reformational kind of church which means we are still reforming. It is not completely reformed yet, but we are reforming according to the Scriptures. We are conforming to the image of Christ Jesus, God’s Son.” (Romans 8:29, 30)
“True genius lies in simplicity. What I like about DOGMA as a cohesive work, is that a teenager can pick it up, read a few lines and understand the mysteries of our faith. DOGMA for a New Millennium is what the church world needs today, to navigate through the end times into eternal glory.”

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Dr Andre Pelser presents his mandate for DOGMA: “I had this dream five years ago that I should rewrite the basic beliefs systems for our kind of church, the apostolic or reformational kind of church which means we are still reforming. It is not completely reformed yet, but we are reforming according to the Scriptures. We are conforming to the image of Christ Jesus, God’s Son.” (Romans 8:29, 30)
“True genius lies in simplicity. What I like about DOGMA as a cohesive work, is that a teenager can pick it up, read a few lines and understand the mysteries of our faith. DOGMA for a New Millennium is what the church world needs today, to navigate through the end times into eternal glory.”

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Dr Andre Pelser presents his mandate for DOGMA: “I had this dream five years ago that I should rewrite the basic beliefs systems for our kind of church, the apostolic or reformational kind of church which means we are still reforming. It is not completely reformed yet, but we are reforming according to the Scriptures. We are conforming to the image of Christ Jesus, God’s Son.” (Romans 8:29, 30)
“True genius lies in simplicity. What I like about DOGMA as a cohesive work, is that a teenager can pick it up, read a few lines and understand the mysteries of our faith. DOGMA for a New Millennium is what the church world needs today, to navigate through the end times into eternal glory.”