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Tag Archives: James
I read some of Peter Enns blog posts earlier this week. I find Peter helpful because he tries to both keep his crunchy faith and wrestle seriously with contemporary biblical criticism. He shows guts in this. In this post he … Continue reading
Meet Rahab I’ve been working my Adult Sunday School class through the middle of James 2, figuring out the matrix of faith-works-saved. Rahab becomes James’ last example of how faith-works-saved works together. Rahab herself is a fascinating character in the … Continue reading
If you ask an evangelical what it means to be “worldly” you will probably hear a lot about sex, substances or other vices. You probably won’t hear a lot about love. This is currently a source of great disconnect for … Continue reading
Why James Upsets Good People It’s not secret that the Epistle of James in the New Testament frustrates and angers many people, including Christians who wouldn’t want to be publicly seen as being “against the Bible”. When some in our … Continue reading
Life Has More Bonds Than Mere Slavery While Joseph carries out the business of feeding and saving the world, the relational story line of his family hangs unfinished. What has become of Jacob and his family? Chapter 42 opens with … Continue reading
Part of the fun of the pastoral life where I have two weekly Bible preps are reading books I wouldn’t normally put together, together. Right now I’m in James and Joseph. Joseph and Wisdom Yesterday I was wrestling with “wisdom” … Continue reading
Wisdom After James in 1:4 promises the person/community who endures trials with endurance will be completed, he jumps to the one who is deficient in completeness, and that deficiency is defined as lacking “wisdom”. Wisdom can be a difficult word … Continue reading