Major Tenets of Faith for 1st Century Followers of “That Way”

So, according to that: —Jesus is G-d (YHWH) —Jesus atoned for Jews’ atrocities —All other gods are also defeated in Jesus’ death & resurrection —Jesus atoned for our evils against one another & nature —No national/ethnic boundaries —No class separation —No Roman rule —No Temple — Lamb's Harbinger (@LambsHarbinger) September 29, 2019 In fact, in …

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A Response to @andrewjasko’s “Jesus Calls Christians to Leave Christianity.”

A response to @andrewjasko’s “Jesus Calls Christians to Leave Christianity.” [Thread] https://t.co/kwonmOgnUI — Lamb's Harbinger (@LambsHarbinger) May 31, 2019 Andrew Jasko's article HERE 1/ Jasko is plain w/ his aim in the article’s title. He proposes a leaving and a joining. He wants Christians to reject a static, error-riddled, broken system of dogmatic (institutionalized) Christianity, …

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Evangelical Romanticism

Key conclusion: the patristics have never been the property of the Roman Catholics or even the Eastern Orthodox. The idea that leaving evangelicalism to find the apostolic fathers or patristics is Romanticism, not history. But what we need is a generation of evangelicals educated as leaders by learning the patristics. The collapse of Trinitarian thinking in …

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Nicaea: not Rome’s Authority

In his 2016 article, Evangelical Exodus: The Protestant seminary that produced dozens of Catholic converts, Paul Senz describes a happening that perhaps precipitated or maybe merely coincides with the more recent #Exvangelical and #EmptyThePews phenomena. From Personal Experience Having personally attended classes at Southern Evangelical Seminary in 2013, I feel as though I dodged a …

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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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