Tag Archives: Disciple

The Weekly Fill (04/02/16)

Worth Reading  On My Shelf: Life and Books with Megan Hill “On My Shelf helps you get to know various writers through a behind-the-scenes glimpse into their lives as readers.” The Non-Partisan Politics of Jesus “Sometimes a sermon can be polarizing. … Continue reading

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The Weekly Fill (03/19/16)

Worth Reading  The Spirit in the Old and New Testament “One of the great questions that has plagued theologians throughout church history is that which concerns the role of the Holy Spirit in the Old Testament by way of contrast with … Continue reading

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The Weekly Fill (03/12/16)

Worth Reading  Christians, Voting, and the Lesser of Two Evils “The apostle Paul taught that the sword of Caesar is given by God to commend good and punish evil (Rom. 13:1-5). The Bible addresses the limits of this role, recounting … Continue reading

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

Author’s Note: This is the fourth and last post in a series on James 2:18-26. You can read the first post (Introduction) here, the second post (The Context) here and the third post (The Analysis of The Text) here. Thank you for reading! Application … Continue reading

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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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