Bertie Brits

The purpose of this article is to document the ministry and world view of South African Pastor, Bertie Brits, as reported by Dynamic Love Ministries [1|3|5|8], Life World Outreach [13], Northway Church [12], North Raleigh Community Church [14], Searching for Grace [15] and YouTube [5|8].

Proof-Texts and Cross-References

Ezek. 36v31; Mt. 3v7, 11v20, 23v13, v23-26, v29-37; Mk. 2v17, 6v12; Lk. 5v32, 13v5, 17v3-4, 24v47; Jn. 15v16; Acts 5v31, 8v22, 17v30, 26v20; 2 Cor. 7v10; Gal. 2v11; 1 Jn. 1v9, 2v19; Rev. 2v5


Bertie Brits is a South African Theologian, Founder and Senior Pastor of Dynamic Love Ministries [1].


As a person, Bertie seems like a nice guy. He is soft-spoken and well-mannered. If it wasn't for our theological differences, we'd probably be good friends.


We both believe that Old Testament Tithing were superseded by New Testament Giving, since Jesus were the fulfilment of the Old Testament - so does Dr. John MacArthur, Jr (1939-).


Bertie upholds the doctrines of Universal Atonement [4|6|9|17|21] and Conditional Security [6|24]; while I defend the doctrines of Limited Atonement [19] and Eternal Security [20].


Facebook Status Updates

Responding to Bertie's status updates over at

STATUS:"There is nothing you can do to be forgiven. Forgiveness is something that has happened and can only be accepted. Once accepted the emotion of innocence gives birth to a new life." [4]

The above statement lead to a heated debate [screenshot], when I dared to suggest that repentance precede forgiveness.

Yet, according to Scripture, there is at least 'something' that precedes (or at least accompanies) God's Forgiveness, namely Repentance (Ezek. 36v31; Mt. 11v20; Mk. 2v17, 6v12; Lk. 5v32, 13v5, 17v3-4, 24v47; Acts 5v31, 8v22, 17v30, 26v20; 2 Cor. 7v10; 1 Jn. 1v9; Rev. 2v5), since without repentance there is no forgiveness. (Lk. 13v3; Acts 3v19)

This is confirmed by Ignatius of Antioch (35/50-98/117) [7], Charles Spurgeon (1834-1892) [7], Gordon Rumford [7] and many others throughout Church History.

Telling people they are all forgiven they must just believe it, is not only incorrect (see, The Doctrine of Universal Atonement), but leads to false assurances of salvation. Many believe that they are forgiven, yet are NOT.

The Rich Young Ruler 'believed' in Jesus. (Lk. 18v18-25) He believed Jesus was a "Good Master". (v18) He believed that Jesus was the source of Eternal Life. (v18) He even claimed to have kept the Law from his youth. (v21) Yet, he returned home in tears. (v23-24)

The devils surely 'believed' in Jesus (Js. 2v19). They certainly recognized Him as the Son of God. (Mk. 5v2-15) Yet, they could muster nothing but a shiver. (v19)

Many people acknowledge God with their lips, yet their hearts are far removed from Him. (Is. 29v13)

True Faith is not just about believing. It's about believing something very specific. Not just in Christ (Mk. 9v42; Acts 16v31; Heb. 11v6), but in Him as Messiah (Jn. 8v24, 11v27, 17v21), as the Son of God (Jn. 20v31), as a Rewarder of the Faithful (Heb. 11v6), in His Word as Truth (Mk. 1v15; Jn. 2v22, 12v48-50; 1 Tim. 4v3), in the Old Covenant Prophetic Testimony concerning Him (Lk. 24v25), in His Death and Resurrection (1 Cor. 15v11-19; Rom. 4v24, 6v8, 10v9; 1 Th. 4v14; 1 Pt. 1v21) and His Ability (Lk. 8v50).

A profession of faith, therefore, is no guarantee of salvation. You can profess to believe all you like, but if you willfully reject the Truth, you are NOT His, nor will you be saved. (1 Jn. 2v4; 2 Thess. 2v12)

Regardless of the fact that it was false, the Status Update nonetheless drew more than a hundred 'likes'.

STATUS:"What does it help you believe the Lamb of God took away the sin of the WORLD but you refuse to accept what it implies? It implies the innocence of mankind. Now make use of this truth and be happy.." [9]

Bertie refers to John chapter 1 verse 29 as teaching that Jesus removed the sin of all mankind, leaving them 'innocent' [9].

As usual, he is mistaken.

Bertie's understanding is rooted in an old Armenian assumption that the words "all" [11], "world" and "whole world" [10] are always universal in scope, referring to each and every human being. [10] Biblically this is, however, NOT true. Should Bertie object, insisting on a universalist interpretation, we'd ask:

- Did Caesar Augustus tax the whole world, as taught in Luke chapter 2 verse 1?
- Did the whole world follow Jesus, as taught in John chapter 12 verse 19?
- Did the Roman Church manage to reach each and every people group, as taught in Romans chapter 1 verse 8?
- Are the whole world under the sway of Satan, as taught in First John chapter 5 verse 19?

There are also other problems with Bertie's understanding of John chapter 1 verse 29.

If, as Bertie suggests, Jesus removed the guilt of all mankind, leaving them innocent, How, and on what basis, would or could He condemn anyone at His Return? Or, would all of mankind indeed be saved?

STATUS: "The world has been reconciled unto God - simple truth. How? By God not imputing their trespasses unto them. What should I then do about it? Believe it, embrace it, and don't impute your trespasses unto yourself. This is God's call for you. This is called salvation." [21]

God did NOT reconcile the whole world to Him. See the Doctrine of Universal Atonement [17].

STATUS:"Reactionalism against reactionalism = you are in the same boat as the one you are accusing. (this post is for those that need to hear it)" [22]

It is truly unfortunate that neither, Jesus nor His Disciples, knew this.

Had they known that they were in the 'same boat as those they accused', Jesus surely wouldn't have reacted to the Scribes and Pharisees (Mt. 3v7, 23v13, v23-26, v29-37), nor Paul to Peter (Gal. 2v11).

The whole purpose of this sentiment is to stifle dissent. To make people like myself seem evil for questioning what is being said and done in the name of Christianity.

Yet, regardless of the fact that this quote is once again contrary to the testimony of Scripture, it drew no less than 56 "likes".

Facebook Messages

EXTRACT: "I never stated all people that are forgiven are saved, ..." [6]

I know. You believe in "the innocence of mankind" [9] - that all people ARE forgiven, yet may not be saved.

Yet, contrary to your assertion, Scripture declares that those who were forgiven are also saved. (Mk. 3v29, 4v12; Acts 26v18; Eph. 1v7; Col. 1v14, 2v13) If all are forgiven (as you suggest), then all are saved - their sins having been 'covered' (Rom. 4v7), and themselves having been 'quickened' (Col. 2v13).

I KNOW that you don't believe that all people will be saved. However, if you teach that all are universally forgiven - the logical conclusion in light of Mk. 3v29, 4v12; Acts 26v18; Eph. 1v7; Col. 1v14, 2v13, is that they are also saved.

You cannot say that all are forgiven, but only some saved. The forgiven are saved. The saved are forgiven.

That, Bertie, is why I referred to you as a universalist, because if you say all are forgiven, you are in fact saying all are saved, whether you realize it or not.

If you are incapable of understanding that, I'd highly recommend talking to Dr. James R White (1962-) over at Alpha and Omega Ministries, Lane Chaplin at Lane's Blog, Mark Kielar at CrossTV, or Phil Johnson at Pyromaniacs.

EXTRACT: "Where is the verse that outright say if you REPENT you will be forgiven. NOT scriptures that say we need to REPENT. I want the verse that states we need to repent to be forgiven." [6]

That would be Mark Chapter 1 Verse 4, Luke Chapter 3 Verse 3, Luke Chapter 24 Verse 47, Acts Chapter 2 Verse 38, Acts Chapter 3 Verse 19, and First John Chapter 1 Verse 9, to name but a few.

Mark Chapter 1 Verse 4 speaks of "repentance for the remission of sins" (KJV), "repentance unto remission of sins" (ASV), "repentance for the forgiveness of sins" (ESV/GW/HCSB/NASB/NET/NIV/NKJV/TNIV/WEB), "repented of their sins and turned to God to be forgiven" (NLT), "changed hearts and lives for the forgiveness of sins" (NCV), "repentance (a change of one’s mind for the better, heartily amending one’s ways, with abhorrence of his past sins) in order to obtain forgiveness of and release from sins" (AMP), "Turn back to God and be baptized! Then your sins will be forgiven" (CEV), "'Turn away from your sins and be baptized,' he told the people, 'and God will forgive your sins'" (GNT), or in Afrikaans "bekering tot vergifnis van sondes" (1933AV).

Luke Chapter 3 Verse 3 says that John the Baptist preached "repentance for the remission of sins" (KJV/WEB), "repentance for the forgiveness of sins" (ESV/GW/HCSB/NASB/NET/NIV/TNIV), "repentance unto remission of sins" (ASV), "repentance (of hearty amending of their ways, with abhorrence of past wrongdoing) unto the forgiveness of sin" (AMP), "Turn back to God and be baptized! Then your sins will be forgiven" (CEV), "Turn away from your sins and be baptized, and God will forgive your sins" (GNT), "to show that they had repented of their sins and turned to God to be forgiven" (NLT), or in Afrikaans "bekering tot vergifnis van sondes" (1933AV).

Luke Chapter 24 Verse 47 says that "repentance and remission of sins" (ASV/KJV/NKJV/WEB), "repentance and the forgiveness of sins" (GNT), "repentance for the forgiveness of sins" (ESV/NASB/NET/NIV/TNIV), "repentance for forgiveness of sins" (HCSB), "that repentance [with a view to and as the condition of] forgiveness of sins" (AMP), "a change of hearts and lives and forgiveness of sins" (NCV), "There is forgiveness of sins for all who repent" (NLT), "to turn to God, in order to be forgiven" (CEV), "to turn to God and change the way they think and act so that their sins will be forgiven" (GW) or in Afrikaans "bekering en vergewing van sondes in Sy Naam verkondig word aan al die nasies" (1933AV).

Acts Chapter 2 Verse 38 says "Repent, and each of you be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins" (NASB), "Repent, and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins" (KJV), "Repent, and be baptised, each one of you, in the name of Jesus Christ, for remission of sins" (DARBY), "Repent ye, and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ unto the remission of your sins" (ERV), "Repent, and be baptized, every one of you, in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of sins" (WEB), "Repent, and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ, for the remission of sins" (WBT), "turn to God and change the way you think and act, and each of you must be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ so that your sins will be forgiven" (GW), or in Afrikaans "Bekeer julle, en laat elkeen van julle gedoop word in die Naam van Jesus Christus tot vergewing van sondes" (1933AV).

Acts Chapter 3 Verse 19 says "Repent ye therefore, and be converted, that your sins may be blotted out" (KJV), "Repent therefore, and turn again, that your sins may be blotted out" (ESV/WEB), "Repent therefore and be converted, that your sins may be blotted out" (NKJV), "Repent ye therefore, and turn again, that your sins may be blotted out" (ASV), "Give up your sins, and you will be forgiven" (CEV), "Repent, then, and turn to God, so that your sins may be wiped out" (NIV), "Repent, then, and turn to God, so that He will forgive your sins" (GNT), "Repent, then, and turn to God, so that your sins may be wiped out" (TNIV), "change the way you think and act, and turn to God to have your sins removed" (GW), "repent and turn back, so that your sins may be wiped out" (HCSB/NET), "repent and return, so that your sins may be wiped away" (NASB), "Come back to God, and He will forgive your sins" (NCV), "Now repent of your sins and turn to God, so that your sins may be wiped away" (NLT), "repent (change your mind and purpose); turn around and return [to God], that your sins may be erased (blotted out, wiped clean)" (AMP), or in Afrikaans "Kom dan tot inkeer en bekeer julle, sodat julle sondes uitgewis kan word" (1933AV).

➢ In First John Chapter 1 Verse 9, we are told that "If we confess our sins" (ASV/WEB) or "If we [freely] admit that we have sinned and confess our sins" (AMP), "He is faithful and righteous to forgive us the sins" (ASV/WEB) or "He is faithful and just (true to His own nature and promises) and will forgive our sins [dismiss our lawlessness]" (AMP).

EXTRACT: "So if a person rape my daughter, should she forgive him without him saying sorry or seek judgment until the day she dies? Should she only forgive if he confesses and hate him if he does not?" [6]

Well, first of all, may God give that your daughter will grow old and grey, without ever having to experience what my wife did.

Bertie reasons that, since God forgives unconditionally, we also have to forgive unconditionally.

Let's assume for a moment that Bertie is right, and that God's forgiveness are indeed completely unconditional. That'll mean that God has to forgive all mankind without condition - hence my charge of universalism.

Yet, contrary to Bertie's assumption, Scripture teaches The Doctrine of Conditional Forgiveness.

EXTRACT: "... you speak with such arrogance that I don't care what you say, even if it could be the truth, because your WAY OF SPEAKING is a million times more offensive than what you say." [6]

Well, Bertie, tell me, How should I handle a prominent religious leader spewing forth deception?

If I look at the example set forth by both, Jesus and the Apostle Paul, I have no option, but to emulate their 'arrogance'. (Ep. 4v13; Phillip. 3v17)

Your response did not come as a surprise, however, since it was the exact same excuse forwarded by the religious leaders of Christ's day, when He so 'arrogantly' referred to the Pharisees and Sadducees as "hypocrites" (Mt. 23v13, v29), "serpents" (Mt. 23v33) and a "generation of vipers" (Mt. 12v34, 23v33), even accusing them of murdering the prophets (Mt. 23v30-37). Or, when John the Baptist so 'arrogantly' referred to them as a "generation of vipers" (Mt. 3v7). Or, when Dr. Martin Luther (1483-1546), during the Protestant Reformation, so 'arrogantly' accused the Roman Catholic clergy of "evil living".

Your response is NOT an argument against my 'arrogant approach'. It is, however, an argument against your personal inability to accept any form of correction - unless delivered on your terms - bubble-wrapped in 'love'.

No, Bertie, it's NOT me who is arrogant. In fact it is you who are truly arrogant. You are so arrogant, in fact, that you seek to impose on the next generation, a theology absent of truth and riddled with inconsistency - yet you would have them believe that you represent authentic Biblical Christianity.

And I am afraid, that if you continue along this path, your followers will be exactly like you. They will reinterpret Scripture and redefine Words to suit their own world view. And they, like you, will not heed any correction. Why? Because you told them not to judge. [5] Therefore, if they could not judge others, how dare anyone judge them? You showed them not to accept any seemingly 'arrogant' correction. Hence, they will hear none.

Finally, I must conclude with Mike Duran, that "I am suspicious of Christians - especially 'mature' Christians - who get offended easily" [16].

EXTRACT: "Have you ever considered that you can WIN the argument, lose the person and still be wrong?" [4|6]

Of course. Have you ever considered that you can win the argument, lose the person and still be right? - like Jesus in John Chapter 6 Verse 55 to 66, where many of His Disciples deserted Him, since they argued that "This is an hard saying; who can hear it?" (Jn. 6v60)

I do not 'accommodate' those who "will not endure sound doctrine; but after their own lusts shall they heap to themselves teachers, having itching ears;..." (2 Tim. 4v3)

I'm not trying to win a popularity contest, I am doing my work as a minister, namely teaching and correcting (2 Tim. 3v16), regardless of the consequences.

EXTRACT: "When you are writing on another persons page you talk as if you are in another persons house - or on TV where all can see you where you are a representative of HIS LOVE." [6]

So I should not be 'arrogant' in public, since I am a representative of His love?

Isn't that exactly what Jesus, His Disciples and virtually all the Apostolic- and Church Fathers did? See, Christian Judgment Throughout History.

It is your concept of Christian Love that is warped.

Jesus was love incarnate, the very manifestation of love. Yet, because of His love, He didn't hesitate for a moment to publicly address, expose and humiliate, the religious leaders of His day. Even entering their holy places and overturning their tables. (Lk. 19v45-46) Setting an example for us to follow. (Ps. 85v12-13; Jn. 13v5-15, 15v12; Philip. 2v5; Ep. 5v1-2; Heb. 12v2-3; 1 Pt. 2v21)

In the words of Solomon, "Open rebuke is better than love carefully concealed. Faithful are the wounds of a friend." (Prov. 27v5-6, NKJV) Sometimes you have to be cruel to be kind.

EXTRACT: "I even believe you can lose your salvation." [6]

Yes, unfortunately you support the Arminian Doctrine of Conditional Security - which is strange for a "Grace Preacher". It is strange for a number of reasons.

It is strange, since there is no Grace in Conditionalism, and in particular Conditional Security, which effectively leaves us the masters of our own salvation.

It is strange, since no other "Grace Preacher" in history ever shared your views - not Charles Spurgeon (1834-1892), not J.C. Philpot (1802-869), not John Calvin (1509-1564), not Martin Luther (1483-1546), nor any of their modern-day equivalents, including Bruce Ware, Cale Rogers, Conrad Mbewe, Doug Eaton, Herman Hanko, James White (1962-), Jeff Noblit, John MacArthur, Jr. (1939-), Ken Silva, Mark Driscoll (1970-), Mark Kielar, Paul Washer (1961-), Matt Slick, Steve Camp (1955-) or Zack Kueker, to name but a few.

But I am sure, that in your own estimation, you are superior to all, in both, biblical exegesis and divine revelation - "the power of the hour".

You speak of the Doctrines of Grace as if you invented them, yet you have brought nothing new to the table, but that which is as old as Christianity itself. You speak of the Doctrines of Grace, as if you understand them, yet you consign God's Atonement for the elect, to every human being (Universal Atonement).

MESSAGE: "Thanks for the free publicity - I have had people come to my site and are converting to GRACE as a direct result of your post about me. WOW! They come and then see you are twisting what I am saying and get deeply blessed by the true gospel of HIS LOVE for us. I never thought God could get people to believe grace at my site having it as a direct result of people that are against me. Love you my brother. In some strange way your post is bearing good fruit. AMEN!!" [18]

Thank you for your response, which was expected. Herewith my equally 'witty' reply.

As for the "free publicity" - I just checked my Website Statistics at Google Analytics, and discovered that this post is number 31 amongst my Top Exit Pages, with a mere 57 exits of 689 page views (06.10.2011). If that makes you happy - good for you.

I have no doubt that many will be offended at my post, running to you with open arms. That is human nature. People don't like confrontation. They don't like presumed arrogance. But they do love having their Itching Ears scratched (2 Tim. 4v3-4).

Regarding your accusation that I am twisting your words, please see my Challenge below.

Finally, I am not 'against you' (as you presume), but I am against the Arminian Error that you propound.

I also responded to Bertie in my work on "The Doctrine of Universal Atonement" [17], "Defining the Word 'All'" [11], "Regarding the Nature and Tone of My Responses" [23], "A Response to 'Falling Away' by Bertie Brits" [24], and "A Response to 'Preachers, money scandals and the Church' by Bertie Brits" [25].


Bertie and myself spoke on the phone on Saturday, the 8th of January 2011, following a lengthy debate on his Facebook Wall [screenshot].

On the 9th of January 2011, in response to my continued debate, I was summarily removed from his 'Facebook Friends'.


Regarding Misrepresentation

Twice you accused me of 'misrepresenting' [6] and 'twisting' [18] your words, regardless of the fact that I quoted you directly.

So here's my challenge to you:- Show us (myself, my readers and your followers) where and how I misrepresented or twisted your words.

If I am guilty, I will not only make the necessary correction, but also post a public apology. If I am not, will you?

Frequently Asked Questions

Why did you feel the need to expose Bertie publicly?

➢ One. Bertie is currently (27.09.2011) one of the most prolific pastors in South Africa - the proverbial "power of the hour". His ministry, Dynamic Love Ministries, are reaching 1000s of people through downloadable resources, Social Networking, their 5-Minute Bible School [15], and speaking engagements at Northway Church in Durban [12], Life World Outreach [13] in Knysna, and North Raleigh Community Church in Raleigh [14], among many others. Bertie, therefore, holds much sway over what people do, and do not, believe.

➢ Two. I'd rather confront him here and now, and be hated for it; than being called on Judgement Day, into the witness stand against him.

➢ Three. I believe that his heart is not far from the truth, if only his mind could follow.



"Hello EJ - I would like to comment about your 'Bertie Brits' false teaching blog on Hillside. Just a couple of quick things to ponder. I, like you, had a complete overhaul by the moving of the Holy Spirit from armenianistic Universal Atonement to Limited Atonement and Eternal Security. So I understand your need to make that point regarding Bertie Brits teaching. But, if you move that point aside, and apply his grace teachings strictly to the believer - it is life changing and brings incredible freedom relationally between ourselves and our Father, our Lord, Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit. You wrote, 'As a person, Bertie seems like a nice guy. He is soft-spoken and well-mannered. If it wasn't for our theological differences, we'd probably be good friends.' Why let theological differences like these separate us from each other? I'm pretty sure none of my friends believe like I do regarding limited atonement and eternal security, though they know I do (and it's discussed from time to time). But, it doesn't stop or hinder our friendship or fellowship or the kingdom of God manifesting and growing between us. I admire your knowledge and usage of the Word and your clear and concise writing on the blog. I'm sure the Father is very proud of BOTH of his sons. Having to be 'against' makes it very hard to see the wonderful revelation God is pouring out through Bertie, whether his complete theology is correct or not. Whose is? Thanks for considering." [26]

Dear Sally. Most of my best friends are arminians, catholics, charismatics, jews, pentecostals, and even some atheists.

I have no problem being friendly to ANYONE and EVERYONE - even those who hate me with a passion.

If Bertie knocked on my door today, I'd invite him in for coffee. If he was stuck next to the road outside Hermanus, I'd probably go assist him. If his life was in danger, I'd probably risk my own for his.

Contrary to what you may believe, I never removed Bertie from my 'Facebook friends'. He removed me.

That said, I cannot fellowship with [preach, teach, praise and worship God], or recommend the ministry of, ANYONE, who proclaims 'another gospel', rooted in another type of 'grace'.

I have spoken to Bertie on the Phone, via Email, and Facebook, numerous times.

Thus far, he has accepted absolutely no correction, made no concessions, shown no remorse, offered nothing but insult, and continued to proclaim the same errors.

Biblically, I am expected to 'be separate' from him as far as the ministry is concerned. (1 Cor. 5v6; 2 Cor. 6v14-18; Gal. 1v8, 5v9) [27]


But Bertie does emphasize grace

Yes he does, and I love that. However, Bertie's version of grace, are somewhat inconsistent. On the one hand, he believes God did it all (by Grace). On the other hand, both, salvation and perseverance, are conditional on man's ability (by Works).

If Bertie really understood The Doctrines of Grace, he'd know that salvation is ALL OF GOD and NONE OF MAN.

It is God that makes us believe. (Jn. 6v29; Acts 15v9; 1 Cor. 12v4-9; Ep. 2v8) Faith is not of ourselves. (Gal. 3v23; Ep. 2v8) See, The Gift of Faith. Not of works. (Rom. 4v5; Ep. 2v8; Tit. 3v5) Not of the will of man. (Jn. 1v13, 6v44; Rom. 9v16) It is God's gift of mercy. (Rom. 9v16; Ep. 2v8) It is God drawing us. (Jn. 6v44, 12v32) It is God raising us. (Ep. 2v4) It is God justifying us. (Acts 13v39; Rom. 3v24) It is God preserving us. (2 Tim. 4v18; 1 Thess. 5v23) See, Eternal Security. It is God from beginning to end.

There is no Grace in Arminianism. Arminianism is nothing but work-righteousness carefully concealed.


Ed Elliot [1]


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IF you are reading this off-line, please visit us on-line to view the embedded videos.


1. About Bertie and Dynamic Love Ministries (Dynamic Love Ministries; 30 September 2010) ✔
2. Bertie Brits. More On Hard Times (Facebook Videos; 30 September 2010) ✔
3. What we should preach (Dynamic Love Ministries; 30 September 2010) ✔
4. Bertie Brits. Facebook Status Update (Facebook; 7 January 2011) ✔
5. Bertie Brits. Preachers, MONEY SCANDALS and the Church (Dynamic Love Ministries/YouTube; 17 January 2008) * ✔
6. Bertie Brits. In a Facebook Message to EJ Hill, entitled "Please Cool It" [screenshot] (Facebook Message; 9 January 2011) ✔
7. EJ Hill. The Doctrine of Repentance (Ejays; 9 January 2011) ✔
8. Bertie Brits. Preachers, money scandals and the Church - Ministry Videos (Dynamic Love Ministries/GodTube; 10 January 2011) * ✔
9. Bertie Brits. Facebook Status Update [screenshot] (Facebook; 12 September 2011) ✔
10. EJ Hill. Defining the Word 'World' (Hillside; 26 September 2011) ✔
11. EJ Hill. Defining the Word 'All' (Hillside; 27 September 2011) ✔
12. Bertie Brits (Durban, SA: Northway Church; 27 September 2011) ✔
13. Bertie Brits. Walking In The Spirit (Life World Outreach; 27 September 2011) ✔
14. Grace Conference Raleigh, NC with Bertie Brits (Raleigh, US: Facebook / North Raleigh Community Church, 8032 Ray Road, Raleigh, NC) ✔
15. 10 Questions with Bertie Brits (Searching for Grace on Facebook; 15 September 2009) ✔
16. Mike Duran. Let’s Stop Being So Easily Offended (deCompose; March 2010) ✔
17. EJ Hill. The Doctrine of Universal Atonement (Ejays; 30 September 2011) ✔
18. Bertie Brits. In a Facebook Message, entitled "Please Cool It" [screenshot] (Facebook; 6 October 2011) ✔
19. EJ Hill. The Doctrine of Limited Atonement (Ejays; 6 October 2011) ✔
20. EJ Hill. The Doctrine of Eternal Security (Ejays; 6 October 2011) ✔
21. Bertie Brits. Facebook Status Update [screenshot] (Facebook; 8 October 2011) ✔
22. Bertie Brits. Facebook Status Update [screenshot] (Facebook; 28 June 2012) ✔
23. EJ Hill. Regarding the Nature and Tone of My Responses (Hillside; 12 October 2013) ✔
24. EJ Hill. A Response to "Falling Away" by Bertie Brits (Hillside; 12 June 2014) ✔
25. EJ Hill. A Response to "Preachers, money scandals and the Church" by Bertie Brits (Hillside; 5 August 2014) ✔
26. Sally S. In a Google+ Comment (5 August 2014) ✔
27. EJ Hill. The Doctrines of Christian Separation (Hillside; 6 August 2014) ✔

For more information on Bertie Brits, please visit the official Dynamic Love Ministries website, GodTube Channel, YouTube Channel, Facebook Page and Voice of Grace.


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