Warning re person travelling NZ

20 February 2014
NZ Christian Network

Warning re person travelling NZ

by | Feb 20, 2014

To the Body of Christ: Warning re person travelling NZ

A single man (approx 50 yrs of age) whose name is Torsten Nenzen is currently in the country and making a nuisance of himself in many different church situations.

He engages people with false theology, especially young women. When he is confronted he acts strangely and refuses to declare himself or cooperate. He then accuses people of being satanic and posts things about them on his website, which he does so through secret recordings he has been taking while in those churches.

For years he has been sending strange emails to various Christian leaders.

Torsten has been expelled from numerous churches around the world, and he records and publishes these encounters. He has had some difficulty in Sweden which appears to have been related to an obsession with the Swedish Crown Princess, and has been expelled from Canada (where he used to have residency), and barred from the USA.

Our experience is that he should be told to leave any church property immediately and not return. We are notifying the police about him, and if he does come onto our church property again, we will be calling the police.

If you require further information please contact the Auckland Baptist Tabernacle or St Paul Anglican Church Auckland.

Kind regards,

Lindsay Jones
Senior Pastor  |  Auckland Baptist Tabernacle

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