Lamb’s Harbinger’s Top Spiritual Influencers

For a heart-focused discipleship that promotes brain science's role in building community, healing emotionally, breaking addictions and compulsions, maturing relationally & spiritually, and understanding personal spiritual warfare, as well as leading others through advanced spiritual matters (ex. SRA survivors, DD, etc.): For teachings on the Church being authentic to its Scriptural descriptions and prescriptions as a living …

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Q&A: “Ever wonder why God continues to punish us???”

(From a social media friend) Answer: That question assumes an awful lot, and it doesn’t offer any insight into what’s going on with your life. Still, I’ll try to give you what has helped me. UNDERSTAND THE CHRISTIAN WORLDVIEW: 1. God is not the Creator of evil. He originally created all things good. 2. God’s …

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The Necessity of Meekness

Quite recently, a dear friend of mine posted the above article to social media. I like the article for its stance in the world of philosophy, or perhaps for its recognition of Kierkegaard's stance. I hope you'll read it before going further on in my response below. _________RESPONSE_________ Whereas Nietzsche saw the absurdity and futility …

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180 — “33 Minutes that Will Rock Your World”

..................................... OTHER RESOURCES: Abortion: It is Her Body, It is Her Choice? by Daniel Prayson CARM on Abortion From Conception, A Human by J.W. Wartick I am Afraid of this Pro-Choice Argument by Matt Walsh Identity Theft by The Valley Girl Apologist Life Begins At Conception More Morality | See, There's This Thing Called Biology …

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Befitting Rewards: A Theodicy (Part 1)

Rain trickled down the bus window. Maybe it was the grayness of the day which enhanced my melancholy mood. Whatever the case, I saw him, then another, and then all of the "deficient" group from my high school. They were being wheeled and walked on their way to I don't know where; and there I …

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What is Love?

According to a BBC News article, published 17 December 2013, the top Google searches of last year were "Facebook" and "What is love?" With statistics like that, there's no debating we humans have a great need for friendship and to experience love. "What are we if we're not in love?" sings Jon Foreman in his song The …

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Eternity in Your Heart

“Why shouldn’t things be largely absurd, futile, and transitory? They are so, and we are so, and they and we go very well together.” -- George Santayana, Harvard, 1889 to 1912. “There is no reason to suppose that a man’s life has any more meaning than the life of the humblest insect that crawls from …

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Immortality vs. Eternal Life

Say, "The Fountain of Youth!" and Juan Ponce de León comes to mind, along with every other conquest for famed objects of legend and myth such as the "Holy Grail." Without the Indiana Jones theme infecting your brain, let me clear up the matter of what Christians mean by "eternal life." In short, biblical Christianity differentiates between …

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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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