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A scientist, scholar, and Bible smuggler, Dr. Paul Ellis is the award-winning author of books such as Letters from Jesus and The Silent Queen.

Paul pastored a multicultural church in Hong Kong for ten years and was a professor at a leading business school. Ranked as one of the world’s most prolific scholars in the field of international business, Paul writes regularly about the good news of God’s grace at escapetoreality.org.

Paul lives with his wife and their four children in Auckland, New Zealand.

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The Gospel in Ten Words

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The Gospel in Twenty Questions

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Stuff Jesus Never Said

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Do you have a Biblical View of Women?

In the church, you will encounter two views about women. There is the traditional view (women should be meek, stay-at-home-mothers) and the so-called progressive view (women can do anything men can do).

Which view is Biblical?

I suspect most people would say the traditional view. Many churchgoers believe that the Bible calls women to be subservient and silent housewives.

Most people would be wron

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“Don't let anyone charge you for what God has freely given.”
Paul Ellis

“say yes to sin, it’s not the grace of God. It’s a manmade substitute. To say grace promotes sin is like saying Jesus promotes sin. It’s”
Paul Ellis, The Hyper-Grace Gospel: A Response to Michael Brown and Those Opposed to the Modern Grace Message

“Grace isn’t permission to sin; it’s the power of God to sin no more.”
Paul Ellis, The Hyper-Grace Gospel: A Response to Michael Brown and Those Opposed to the Modern Grace Message




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