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INTRODUCTION TO THE EPISTLES
I. Different dates according to the different schools of thought.

II. Two divisions of Epistles

a. (General ) epistles

1. Written by men other than Paul
2. Generally written by the man whose name is at the heading of the book

3. written to Christians in general (people at large)

b. Pauline Epistles

1. Generally dedicated to individual churches
2. Written to warm, exhort, correct, and instruct

III. Purpose: to solidify us as a body of believers throughout the ages.

IIII. Central theme: “the grace of the Lord Jesus”


REVIEW: JAMES
Directions:
Thought the study the proceeding section, then answer these questions to test your understanding of the material. Answer as many as possible. After completing the review, refer back to the material to score your answers.

1. One reason given for the early dating of the book of James was its lack of reference to the (Jerusalem) Council.

2. “Synagogue” is the Greek word for (Assembly)


3. List the chief subjects of the book of James.

a. Faith and works concept

b. Use and power of the tongue

c. Place and purpose of praying of the sick


4. Answer True or False concerning these questions on temptation.

a. Temptation is only to sinners. (False)

b. Temptations constant and regular to born again Christians. (True)

c. Temptation cannot come from friends, family or loved ones. (False)

d. Temptation is the trying of the Christians faith. (True)
e. God may tempt us to do evil. (False)

5. God does not (upbraid ) or (correct) us for asking for wisdom.

6. Pure religion is better performed in

(words) and (deeds ) than simply in what we say.


7. The tongue is an unruly (evil)

8. Resisting the devil must be based on the foundation that we have
(submitted to God.)


9. Not all sickness is because of (sin.)

10. Explain the faith and works concept.

(Until we take faith and put it into action (work) we have nothing.


11. Please list the subject of each chapter of James.

a. Chapter 1 – faith tired, tested, and tempted

b. Chapter 2 – impartiality and faith

c. Chapter 3 – the use of the tongue

d. Chapter 4 – Battles in our souls over worldliness

e. Chapter 5 – collection of practical admission


INTRODUCTION TO THE EPISTLES
I. Different dates according to the different schools of thought.

II. Two divisions of Epistles

a. (((General epistles)))
1. Written by men other than Paul

2. Generally written by the man whose name is at the heading of the book

3. written to Christians in general (people at large)

b. (((Pauline Epistles)))

1. Generally dedicated to individual churches
2. Written to warm, exhort, correct, and instruct

III. Purpose: to solidify us as a body of believers throughout the ages.

IIII. Central theme: “the grace of the Lord Jesus”


REVIEW: JAMES
Directions:
Thought the study the proceeding section, then answer these questions to test your understanding of the material. Answer as many as possible. After completing the review, refer back to the material to score your answers.

1. One reason given for the early dating of the book of James was its lack of reference to the. (Jerusalem ) Council.

2. “Synagogue” is the Greek word for (Assembly.)


3. List the chief subjects of the book of James.

a. Faith and works concept

b. Use and power of the tongue

c. Place and purpose of praying of the (sick)


4. Answer True or False concerning these questions on temptation.

a. Temptation is only to sinners. (False)

b. Temptations constant and regular to born again
Christians. (True)

c. Temptation cannot come from friends, family or loved ones. (False)

d. Temptation is the trying of the Christians faith. (True)

e. God may tempt us to do evil. (False)



5. God does not (upbraid or correct )us for asking for wisdom.


6. Pure religion is better performed in (works) and (deeds) than simply in what we say.


7. The tongue is an unruly (evil)


8. Resisting the devil must be based on the foundation that we have (submitted to God.)


9. Not all sickness is because of (sin.)

10. Explain the faith and works concept. Until we take faith and put it into action (works) we have nothing.


11. Please list the subject of each chapter of James.

a. Chapter 1 – faith (tired), (tested), and tempted

b. Chapter 2 – (impartiality) and faith

c. Chapter 3 – the use of the (tongue)

d. Chapter 4 – Battles in our souls over( worldliness)

e. Chapter 5 – collection of practical (admission)