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The Book of James and Jesus: Part 3

In Scripture, Seminary by Antwuan Malone

We’ve been talking about the book of James and how it compares to the Sermon on the Mount. Let’s continue below… Theological Comparisons The theological implications in the Letter of James are perhaps the most interesting aspects of the book. James has been scrutinized for his Soteriology concerning the relationship of works and faith. That is, his statements regarding the …

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The Book of James and Jesus: Part 2

In Scripture, Seminary by Antwuan Malone

We’ve been talking about the book of James and how it compares to the Sermon on the Mount. Let’s continue below… James & Jesus The Book (letter) of James is greatly influenced by the teachings of Jesus. There are a couple of theories about the ways the teachings of Jesus influenced the writing. We mentioned earlier how James may not have …

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The Book of James and Jesus: Part 1

In Scripture, Seminary by Antwuan Malone

The Book of  James has the reputation as a practical work of wisdom. Some might even call it “the Proverbs of the New Testament” for its scattered layout of ideas and it’s emphasis on taking theological and doctrinal ideas and putting them into practice. It’s a favorite for many Christians I know, probably it’s “straight talk” way of communicating. On …

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My Struggle With The Book of James

In Christian RealTalk, Scripture, Seminary by Antwuan Malone

Disclaimer: So, I think I have some serious problems with the book of James. There’s a part of me that wants to respect the text and the redaction process of the Bible. And there’s a part of me that doesn’t feel qualified enough to question the things I’m questioning. And yet, there are things James is saying in this letter …

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Seminary Post Disclaimer

In Seminary by Antwuan Malone

So, I’ve decided to pursue a Degree in Christian Ministry from B.H. Carroll Theological Institute. If any of you know me, you’re probably thinking… well, this should be fun. I mention this because you may, over the next several months, begin to see an extraordinary amount of academic posts. I should put out the disclaimer that I will come to …