Was out witnessing today and did some open air preaching. I was interviewed by some video journalists whom were doing a documentary and I got asked a number of questions on grace, sovereignty, bad things happening to good people, evil in the world, sin, and the tough question on if God was pleased with me of which I said in terms of salvation and earning God's favor no chance, but in terms of rewards in heaven God is pleased with all believers that are involved in evangelism. After I spoke with the video journalists I had a chat with a man whom seemed very confused. He claimed to have been saved, but since he sinned after his conversion he thought it all did not make sense. I told him of God's grace and about our sin after conversion only hinders our fellowship with God, but not our salvation, but that did not make sense to him. I believe the man was caught in the lie of Sinless Perfectionism which is a Weslyian doctrine rooted in Arminian theology. RC Sproul says I can't recall the definition of antinomianism off the top of my head can anyone? I believed this man to be a false convert but I am not entirely sure. He kept asking me how to be a true convert and I simply said that he needed to repent of his sins and submit to the Lordship of Christ, but he claimed he did submit to Christ's Lordship, but he did sin after the submission and he was not saved and did not feel saved. I said I could answer all his questions but agreed to mail him a book. I had a hard time selecting one book as there are dozens. I was gonna send him The Gospel According to Jesus, but as it is quite academic and better suited for seminary types I chose to send him How you can be sure that you will spend eternity with God by Erwin Lutzer instead. Its written for laymen, is not academic and is written so anyone can understand it, and also its not very long at only 150 pages. I hope I made the right choice and this man comes to true salvation. Please keep him in prayer his name is Brandon.