It is great to see that Jesus is preached in India. And I am pleased that predestination is not on the menu.
Empart ministries does not participate in the distinction between Arminius and Calvin when they take the gospel around. Jesus taught about his Father but he did not parse these matters for his church or else Empart would make it one of their articles of faith. They do not. And good for them.
Jesus founded his called out ones on this "Thou art the Christ, the son of the living God." No more, no less.
To preserve unity, Empart does not quibble about non-essentials. There are a lot. Much of this is the theology I referred to earlier.
In understanding what happened to me in churches and in the JW Organization it has been useful for me to make a rough distinction between "taking in knowledge of the only true God" (theology) and "knowing the you, the true God"(experience).
As I read the gospels, I see that Jesus gave me simple, powerful direction. The doctrines of men have only served to confuse and diminish its clarity.
"Theology" is the construction of a catechism(The jailer in the book of Acts could not have had time enough to absorb Calvin and Arminius's fine distinctions on predestination by daybreak).That didn't arrive until 15 years following Jesus' death, so I am told. If you know anything contrary to this then I would be interested to hear of it.
Until then I stand by my aversion to a useless theology that denies some of us recognition as Christians though we lay claim to Christ's promises. If I am puzzled and unconvinced by the clever doctrines of men am I any less a Christian?