John Crowder is exactly what he claims to be, whacked -- and not my cup of tea, to say the least.
Joseph Prince is contradictory: "there is no hope in your flesh, and God says there is none. Expecting good in yourself is why we get discouraged. there is no good in your flesh." Yet he preaches the flesh is dead. And he identifies the flesh with our human efforts to be good. Is the flesh dead or not? I find all of this to be double-speak, laced with "don't strive" and "it's effortless" which is what Crowder, at his best, says as well.
Andre Rabe says, God doesn’t remember our past sin so it does not exist, but his mind is on us all the time. He loves us from before the foundation of the earth. When we were saved, we are restored to the goodness he originally created mankind with. Christ restored us to God’s orginal idea of who he wanted us to be. I don't recall that in Scripture. Can you quote scripture in support of these points, which you yourself have made as well?