Author Archives: Dr. Bill Lambert

About Dr. Bill Lambert

Born near Tylertown, MS, January 8, 1937. Son of Troy E. and Sue Lambert. Earned AA at Freed-Hardeman College (Bible); BA at Belhaven College (New Testament Greek); MA at Mississippi College (English); EdD at University of Arkansas (College Teaching of New Testament Greek and Interpretation); additional undergraduate and graduate studies in Bible, psychology, and counseling at Freed-Hardeman University, Belhaven College, and Mississippi State University. Retired from serving as administrator, professor of New Testament Literature and Interpretation at Magnilia Bible College and Harding University. Minister of the Gospel 1952 - Present; Developer of "Probing the Mind of God" method of Bible study, and co-developer of "New Creature Process" counseling method. Married to Dr. Helen Carter Lambert, two sons and one daughter; four grandsons and four granddaughters; one grandson.

How to Establish Divine Authority

HOW TO ESTABLISH DIVINE AUTHORITY FOR FAITTH AND PRACTICES THE SILENCE OF THE SCRIPTURES AND PATTERN AUTHORITY INTRODUCTION: I. Thesis: Through seeking to understand what practices are right and wrong for Christians, biblical interpreters have discovered the following hermeneutical principle … Continue reading

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Personal Introduction/Dr. Lambert

William Tullis (Bill) Lambert, Sr., EdD Minister of the Gospel and Professor Emeritus (New Testament Literature and Interpretation), Harding University Personal Background: – Born on a farm in Lawrence County, Mississippi, to Troy E. Lambert (carpenter and farmer) and Susannah … Continue reading

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Discovery Learning in the Bible

Introduction I. The ultimate goal of Bible study is to learn its significance for our lives—how it applies to us. II. We must first discover what the Bible means before we can determine how it applies.  If we seek to … Continue reading

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