Category Archives: Colin Dye

Rodney Howard Browne at Kensington Temple

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Earlier today (24 June 2015) I received the following email –

Cecil, this might be of interest…

Just learnt that Kensington Temple (an Elim church) hosted Rodney Howard Browne on Sunday:

http://www.revival.com/holy-ghost-meeting-london-uk-one-night-only.6023.1.htm

Note the photos of RT Kendall and Martin Lloyd-Jones’s daughter.

(*See comment added by me on 14 May 2016)*

Here’s a report from someone who went:

http://edensmasterpiecewomensministry.wordpress.com/2015/06/22/holy-ghost-laughter-real-or-fake/

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‘Emerge Wales’

Today I received an email asking me if I had any information on a movement calling itself ‘Emerge Wales’. Set out below is the email I received together with a copy of my reply to that email. At the end of the article [immediately after my reply email] I have also included the full downloaded sections from the ‘Emerge Wales’ web site that I refer to in the email. I have also included a little scriptural anecdote that came to mind based on the National flag of Wales from where this movement originates.

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Clouds of Concern over New Horizon

The brochure for the annual festival known as ‘New Horizon’, which is to be held at the University of Ulster, Coleraine should be a source of great concern to all Christians who are aware of the recent assaults made upon sound, biblical, evangelical Christianity. These assaults have come in various ‘guises’ – posing as ‘new moves of God’ [‘Toronto’ and ‘Pensacola’], ‘God breaking down the barriers’, and showing ‘the pathway to peace’ [accelerating ecumenism]’ ‘another great commission for the Church’ [the need for ‘Christians’ to unite to fight growing secularism – the ‘gospel’ according to Charles Colson and ‘Father’ Richard Neuhaus – co-authors of the March 1994 Evangelicals and Catholics Together agreement] and ‘Christians can not only be in the world but also of the world’ [Christian ‘night clubs’ for example].

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