James 1:19-25 (The Epistle of James)

Jeff, James, and Brian continue our series on the epistle of James.

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James 1:9-18 (The Epistle of James)

Jeff, James, and Brian move into the middle of chapter 1 in our series on the epistle of James.

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Alternatives to Winsomeness (with James Wood)

James Wood recently wrote an article criticizing various conservative Christian approaches to public speech that focus on ‘winsomeness’, an accent most notable in the work of Tim Keller. He wrote a later follow-up here. He joins Derek, Matt, and I for a discussion of the issue.

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James 1:2-8 (The Epistle of James)

We are starting a new series on the book of James on the Theopolis podcast, occasioned by a new commentary by Jeff Meyers. Jeff, James, and Brian get into the meat of the text in this, the third episode in the series.

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