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William Tullis Bill Lambert, Sr. Lambert carpenter and farmer and Susannah Tullis Lambert homemaker and seamstress , January 8, An Adaptive-Mastery System of Teaching Biblical Language and Biblical Interpretation from the University of Arkansas two dissertation committees — external committee from select theological seminaries and graduate schools of religion to evaluate Bible and Greek component and committee of UA faculty to evaluate educational component and approve total project , Also had articles on ministry and biblical teachings published in several religious magazines.

Two Sons — William T. One Daughter — Joanna Mrs. Through seeking to understand what practices are right and wrong for Christians, biblical interpreters have discovered the following hermeneutical principle of inclusion and exclusion that is operational in both testaments.

As Christians, we must honor the silence of the Scriptures and abide by the pattern of worship, work, doctrine, organization and spirit set forth in the New Testament. General authority includes everything within the bounds of the authorizing statement; specific authority excludes every form, means, and method outside the bounds of the authorizing specific authority; having no biblical authority excludes whatever Scripture is silent about. I do not mean that there was a perfect local church in the New Testament that we should strive to be just like.

The motive for this principle is not just to be different, narrow, and judgmental. We do not delight in saying others are wrong; we only strive to know and to aid others in knowing what is right and what is wrong. We want to assume that all who profess Christianity want to know His will and are willing to submit to it when they come to know it.. We assume that others are as sincere as we are and wish to treat them as we wish to be treated—let God judge their motives.

We are not saying that unauthorized activity is wrong in itself, but it is wrong when practiced on occasions when it is not authorized by the Bible. We do not mean to say nor imply that all who engage in unauthorized activities are vicious and rebellious haters of God and of truth.

We neither believe nor teach that there is no grace for those in Christ who are doing wrong because of imperfect understanding. We do not desire to judge who is lost or saved. We are only saying that involvement in activities that are without biblical authority is wrong, and we must never persist doing what we know is wrong. We wish to avoid Pharisaic attitudes and unwarranted legalism, but we want to submit to the authority of the Scriptures.

We do not want to be like the Pharisees who delight in condemning and throwing stones at others while we are blinded to our own errors. We do not wish to be legalists who claim that we can be saved only if we are perfectly correct in understanding and in conduct.

We wish to understand the balance of law, grace and faith. We are not under law as a basis of salvation, but under grace as the grounds of our salvation Rom. Christ not only gives us grace to save us, but He also gives us truth to guide us John 1: Faith that deliberately chooses to remain ignorant or disregards truth also forfeits grace Heb.

Christianity is truly a religion of mercy, but it is also a religion of authority. When Christ extended His grace, He did not also give His authority over to men. He extended grace to men under authority. Christianity is a religion of grace, but it is also a religion of law.

Christianity is a religion of love, but it is also a religion of truth. When Christ calls for love and unity, He did not declare his standard of right and wrong null and void. He taught unity through both submission and the extension of grace. We must serve and worship Christ in spirit, but we must worship and serve Him in truth John 4: Any rule that allows religious action without biblical authority makes man his own authority concerning what to do in the work and worship of the church and opens the door to innumerable unauthorized practices.

The Christianity of the Bible operates exclusively by divine authority in all its faith and practices. There are several views of authority in religion.

The atheist holds the view that there is no God over man. Protestantism generally proposes to require what is expressly enjoined, to reject what is expressly forbidden, and to feel free to practice what is not expressly forbidden whether authorized or not.

Those who are committed to restoring New Testament Christianity propose to observe everything that is required by expressed statement, necessary implication, or approved apostolic example; to abstain from everything that is forbidden by expressed statement, necessary implication, or apostolic example; and to refrain from everything that is not authorized by expressed statement, necessary implication, or apostolic example.

Biblical authority is essential to make a belief or practice acceptable to God. There are two possible sources of authority Matt. Some operate by the authority of men. Some strive to act only by the authority of God. Human thoughts and ways cannot compare to the thoughts and ways of God Isa.

The way of man is not in himself Jer. Jesus Christ is Lord—i. God authorizes and guides through the Bible. God deserves to be in authority. He is creator of man and all things Gen.

He is Sustainer of all things Acts He owns us through redemption I Cor. Christ exercises exclusive authority, which He administers through apostolic teachings. God gave all authority to the resurrected Christ Matt. The Apostles were endowed with authority through the Holy Spirit John The apostles had the power to set forth divine teachings through laying their hands on select people in the church. Others upon whom the Apostles laid their hands set forth an authoritative message I Cor.

The inspired apostolic teachings were the source of the only one true Christian faith Eph. The Bible authorizes in three ways.

An expressed statement authorizes actions. An expressed account of action sanctions the action. And an expressed command requires the action. When an express statement, text, or context necessarily implies something not expressed, the necessary implication authorizes faith and practices. An approved account of action authorizes.

However, an approved example may only gives permission. But an example is binding when it is obvious that the action is a response to a background command or antecedent theology.

Biblical authority may only permit an action, but, on the other hand, it may require the action. Statements and implications that describe give permission. Statements and implications with the force of command require an action. Examples may be binding, but they may give permission without being binding imperatives. When an account of action illustrates antecedent theology i. Also, when a reported action is done in response to a necessary implication, it has binding force.

Likewise, when an account of action gives evidence that the action was required, it is of binding force. Biblical authority may be local and temporary, or it may be universal and permanent. When the context of an authorization expressly limits the time, purpose and its subjects, it is local and temporary.

Also, authority is local and temporary when the account or its context implies it was limited in time and scope e. Likewise, subsequent revelation might limit the time and scope of the authority by indicating a change. Without the foregoing limitations, authority is universal and permanent.

Biblical authority may be inclusive or exclusive. General authority that does not specify persons, methods, times, places, things, or means authorizes anything within the limits i. Specific authority that gives specific guidance regarding time, place, method, means, etc.

Specific and general authority relate to current questions and concepts in the following ways. Note the following observations regarding pattern authority and the silence of the Scripture. When authority is specific, the following propositions are true: When authority is general, the following propositions are true: By the authority given to them by Christ i. A common-sense approach to Bible study shows that specific authority is exclusive. His offering was not acceptable to God Gen.

When Noah built the ark of gopher wood as God instructed, he acted by faith and pleased God Gen. If he had used other wood or violated the specific instructions of God, he would not have pleased God.

Above all, God Himself honored the principle that specific authority excludes everything except what is specified—the law of exclusion. When God planned for Christ to be our High Priest in the Christian system, He could not do so and honor the specific command in the Old Testament law that high priests must be descendants of Aaron of the tribe of Levi.

Before the law of Moses, God made Melchizedek not of the specified tribe of Levi a priest. Specific authority demanded this! So, the law of exclusion by specific authority is an eternal and universal law—submitted to by God Himself! The above is an accepted law of language that we honor every day. This general language allows for either black coffee, coffee with sugar, coffee with cream, or coffee with both sugar and cream. The specific language is exclusive and would be violated by any addition or subtraction.

When a physician submits a prescription to the pharmacist, we expect the pharmacist to fill the prescription without addition or subtraction.

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