Isaac Claasen

Press Services International

Isaac Claasen is originally from Christchurch but grew up in Auckland on the North Shore. If not studying, spending time with friends or watching NBA he is most likely reading a book pretending to be an intellectual.

  • Sin and Grace

    “I am ashamed to say it… and yet it’s no worse to say it than to think it. You call me a lucky fellow. Of course, I am. I was a blacksmith’s boy but yesterday; I am – what shall I say I am – today?”

  • Falling behind as a Christian

    Am I doing enough as a Christian and why won’t God use me now? These two questions have plagued the lives of Christians including myself on a daily basis.

  • Illiterate Christians

    Late 15th century Renaissance polymath Nicolaus Copernicus once said that “To know that we know what we know, and to know that we do not know what we do not know, that is true knowledge.”

  • Church shouldn’t be a safe place for your problems

    It is coming up to two years now since I was officially diagnosed with anxiety and depression. Since then I feel that my thinking has largely been caught up in figuring out the best ways to live and maintain a good level of wellbeing.

  • Confronting Atrocity

    In 2020 alone the world saw the undertaking of 30+ different terrorist attacks. Ranging from a single fatality to beyond 100 individuals in a single act, these events have become common place In most of our lives.