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John Span

Dr. John Span is a senior lecturer at Mukhanyo Theological College in South Africa. His PhD studies investigated the CAMEL Method of outreach to Muslims. His mentors have challenged him to think theologically, especially in the area of missions to Muslims and he desires to inspire others to do the same. He is a founding member of Biblical Missiology as well as the Southgate Fellowship and blogs regularly at the CRCNA Network.

1 Comment

  1. Adam S.

    Thanks for “rightly dividing the word of truth.” This reminder forces us to examine ourselves – our attitudes, words, and actions. It should also lead us to a greater appreciation of who God is and what He has done for us. It is this appreciation, coupled with the power of the Holy Spirit, that spurs us to openly identify ourselves with Jesus Christ, to embrace being called a “Christian” (which, according to Strong’s Concordance, means, “follower of Christ”). If Moses, by faith, gladly bore the reproach of Christ under the Old Covenant (Hebrews 11:24-26), before the Holy Spirit was given (John 7:38-39), how much more ought we who are born of the Spirit gladly bear Jesus’ reproach (Hebrews 13:13), boasting in this great transference?

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