The Old Testament Prophets Were Social Activists

Yes, the Old Testament prophets were social activists. They called their fellow countrymen to return to the Covenant laws to which they (Israelites) had originally agreed. The only difference between New Testament believers and Old Testament prophets is: Old Testament prophets were part of the God-ordained Theocracy of Israel, whereas we (New Testament Believers) are …

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What Conservative Evangelical Protestants Mean by “Compromise”

[Update, 02/18/2018: Sam Kean, writer of Lamb's Harbinger, is PostEvangelical (or, Anti-Evangelical: see About page) but maintains this article, due to its "essential doctrine" subject matter] When Conservative Evangelical Protestants talk about "compromise," what do they mean? What does Conservative, Evangelical Protestant even mean? What does it matter? Well, all these things matter a great …

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Breaking Silence on Indiana’s Racism

[Last updated February 28, 2017] By his stunning testimonial and through his much scorned confessions of Germany's Holocaust guilt, Martin Niemöller vividly illustrated that members of society must not only watch out for one another but also speak out, if we would remain blameless. That was 1946. Then, April 4, 1967, in a speech titled Beyond Vietnam: A Time to …

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A Proposed Consensus on Articulating Sanctification

Please allow me to present the following article: Theosis: Partaking of the Divine Nature  One day, all of the redeemed will be made perfect as Christ is perfect. That will happen when Christ appears (1 John 3:2). Yet, there are many disagreements and exceptions to be taken with the best systems for articulating sanctification. For …

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Correctly Defining Legalism

As the aim of Lamb's Harbinger is to provide apologetics for the Gospel, I must expose legalism. I am very often grieved that there are churches and theologians who, amid denouncing legalism in a spirit of fear toward moral license, redefine the terms and principles surrounding legalism. As a result, these sort cannot see that they themselves are still involved in legalism; and in …

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Context is King

In this blog post, I hope to point people to the kind of Bible teacher that is accurate and sound while exposing those who are neither. Furthermore, I hope to shed some light on methods of Bible study, so that one can study the Bible for himself/herself. The Bible may be taught in a way …

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Sin and the Unpardonable Sin

As represented across the data of the entire Bible. The Origin of It: [Genesis 3] Eden, observably, was the place God designed for the self-determination of humanity's inner nature. It was a genuine testing ground, not as in a sterile laboratory but for God's genuine allowance of genuine choice by mankind. Adam and Eve, both …

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Relationship: The Theological Solvent

Recently, I was at a coffee shop with a Christian brother whom I respect very much. "Idea people are often times not very good relationship people," he said after sipping his hazelnut latte. And, I knew he was right. Not only did his comment strike me personally, but it also added to what I already …

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What About Baptism?

I write this blog post with two audiences in mind, admittedly. But, I choose to write it centered around (not based off of) one text of Scripture. I do so for the sake of brevity. Many passages have been weighed and examined before choosing this one. [If you have comment or question, please feel free …

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