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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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