The Theology of James

Text: James
Speaker: Jim Newheiser
Date: February 13, 2010

Some people (ignorantly) claim that James is a non-theological book. Since James was probably the first book written in the New Testament, how much theology could we know if James was the only book we had. Closer examination shows that James speaks to theology proper (including many of God’s attributes), Christology (including His deity), Pneumatology (the doctrine of the Holy Spirit), harmatology (the doctrine of sin), Soteriology (the doctrine of salvation – including regeneration), ecclesiology (the doctrine of the church), and eschatology (the doctrine of future things).

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