Book of James BIB459 Fall 2020


Book of James, taught by David Hull, M.Div., Seminar on Saturday, 11/14/20.

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The book of James is the first of the “General Epistles.”  They are general because they are not addressed to a specific congregation or individual.  They are relevant for everyone, in so far as context indicates.  In these troublesome times that is especially true for the book of James, which takes up in 1:2-3 with, “Consider it all joy, my brethren, when you encounter various trials, knowing that the testing of your faith produces endurance.”  This unique book deals with a variety of important issues, such as faith and works, suffering and steadfastness.  James gives forthright, valuable nuggets of practical guidance for all Christians.  Come join us for a study of this book so appropriate for our times.

Instructor: David Hull, M.Div.

BIB459 (This seminar will be presented online only. Before you register for this seminar, be sure you understand what is involved.
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Half-day Seminar: Saturday, 11/14/20
9:30 a.m. — 1:30 p.m.

$29 audit or .25 credit
Submission of an essay is required to receive credit. Please see the course page after you register.