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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Daniel M Doriani
|Description:||xv, 220 p. 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Series introduction --
Introduction to James (1:1) 3 --
The trials of life (1:2/12) --
Blessed endurance (1:12/18) --
Hearing to obey (1:19/25) --
The tests of true religion (1:26/2:7) --
All or nothing (2:8/13) --
Faith that works (2:14/19) --
Justified by a faith that works (2:20/26) --
Who can tame the tongue? (3:1/12) --
Two kinds of wisdom (3:13/18) --
The Gospel according to James (4:1/6) --
Grace for the humble (4:5/10) --
Pride and humility (4:11/17) --
Woe to the rich (5:1/6) --
Patient endurance (5:7/11) --
Note on James 5:12 --
The quest for healing (5:13/20).
|Series Title:||Reformed expository commentary.|
|Responsibility:||Daniel M. Doriani.|
With 59 commands in 108 verses, the epistle of James has an obvious zeal for law. In his imperatives, James directly communicates the royal law, the law of King Jesus (2:8). Thus, the hasty reader will not see much of the gospel in James. But as Doriani reveals in his insightful commentary, the double mention of God's grace at the rhetorical climax of the book shows that the gospel of James is the message of God's grace for sinners. - Publisher.
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