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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Who’s the Weak One?

The attitude of Christians should be gracious, not judgmental. In most cases, Christians have generous attitudes (i.e. compassionate, understanding, forgiving, respectful, giving the benefit of the doubt, thinking the best of, etc.). If they have not been gracious to you, either as a non-Christian or as a fellow believer, then there could be an underlying …

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Abuse and Authority

Trusting clergy is perhaps the number one detraction for people about church. Unfortunately, no one can account for all the of the varied ways church organizations and clergy abuse their positions. With sexual scandals and cover-ups hitting the news these past few years, one can almost hear the wind streaming by from a global spiritual …

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Breaking the Judgement Cycle

"I don't go to church, because of all the judgmental hypocrites." I understand that some Christians haven't yet learned not to judge. Yes, there are those who are "self-righteous" and judge others in order to make themselves feel better about themselves. All I can say is I am sorry. May I ask that you not dismiss God …

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Why Christians Aren’t “Perfect”

There is no denying everyone is morally imperfect. Yet, what is one to do with the fact that Jesus rescues from sin? If He does rescue from sin, and He does; then, why aren't Christians instantly perfected? It would be something to behold if, in 100% real-time, Christians were perfected at the instant of trusting …

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