Strong Meat: James 1-2

  First portion of the Epistle of James in Greek from a 12th century document

First portion of the Epistle of James in Greek from a 12th century document

 

Hebrews 5 discusses that Christians should be able to handle "strong meat" (KJV) or "solid food" (NKJV) and not just the milk of the word. Christians also should be able to teach. The Bible prophesies in the end that people who know their God will instruct many. What about tests and trials, faith and works, and true religion? Dr. Thiel explains some of Martin Luther's objections to the Book of James. He also read and goes over all the verse in the first two chapters of James' Epistle. Can you handle strong meat?

A written article of related interest is titled "Living as a Christian: Strong Meat" URL: http://www.cogwriter.com/strong-meat.htm

 


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