Is it possible to live well when things don’t make sense? The author of the epistle of James answers with a resounding “yes!”
When I begin studying a book of the Bible, I like to ask a few introductory questions. Like, “Who wrote this book?”, “When was it written?”, “To whom was it written?”, and “Why was it written?” After answering these questions, it becomes easier to interpret the book and find good applications. Let’s get this study started by paying special attention to these questions as they pertain to the epistle of James.