Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 31, 2021
When you think of some Christian you greatly admire, you are usually thinking of their loving
kindness and Christian actions, and not their views of the trinity. It is by behavior
that we impress people with our Christian faith and not by our belief.
The passage we are looking at has been greatly misunderstood.
Some have thought it contradicts what Paul says about being
justified by faith. James says we are justified by works. They
appear to be holding opposite views, but a close study of the words
reveals that they are in perfect agreement.