Monthly Archives: March 2016

Faith Without Works is Dead: Exegetical Look at James 2:18-26 – The Analysis of the Text

Author’s Note: This is the second post in a series on James 2:18-26. You can read the first post (Introduction) here and the second post (The Context) here. Analysis of Text In James 2:18 he writes, “But someone will say, “You have … Continue reading

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Faith Without Works is Dead: Exegetical Look at James 2:18-26 – The Context

Author’s Note: This is the second post in a series on James 2:18-26. You can read the first post here. Context The letter of James was the earliest written epistle in the New Testament. Most scholars agree, although there are … Continue reading

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Faith Without Works is Dead: Intro to an Exegetical Look at James 2:18-26

Author’s Note: This is the first post in a series on James 2:18-26. Introduction The letter of James is arguably the most controversial letter of the New Testament. Martin Luther called the letter an “epistle of straw.”[1] However, he did … Continue reading

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The Daily Fill (Update: The Last Post)

  The Daily Fill will no longer be a daily post. It is getting harder to find really good theologically solid material. Most bloggers are focused on the news and politics and that is what they end up writing about. … Continue reading

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The Daily Fill (03/02/16)

  Quote of the Day “It was a common saying among the Puritans “Brown bread and the Gospel is good fare.” Matthew Henry Worth Reading A Prayer for Primary Day “Father we pray for a government that we acknowledge we … Continue reading

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The Eschatology of Jesus: Kingdom of God in the New Testament and Conclusion

Author’s Note: This is a two-part series. You can read the first post here. Kingdom of God in the New Testament Jesus spoke of the kingdom of God as having come with His coming to the earth.[1] In Mark 1:15, … Continue reading

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The Daily Fill (03/01/16)

  Quote of the Day “The reverence for the Scriptures is an element of civilization, for thus has the history of the world been preserved, and is preserved.” Ralph Wado Emerson Worth Reading Recovering an Emphasis on Prayer “How can … Continue reading

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