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Lesson 13: The Everlasting Gospel (Leviticus 1, Hebrews 7, Matthew 22, Revelation 14) — Our study of James has been a bit unusual, right? You heard from me things you rarely hear. James is part of the Bible, yet I would challenge what he wrote, and suggest that what he meant was something different than what it appeared that he said. The reason for this is that James writes things that seem inconsistent with the rest of Bible, especially inconsistent with the writings of Paul. The main concern is what James writes about grace. His statement in James 2:24, that we are justified by our works and not faith alone, and his statement in James 2:21 that Abraham was considered righteous when he offered Isaac as a sacrifice, take some explaining. Let's end our study of James by jumping into a review of what the entire Bible teaches about the means of our salvation! More...

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