Scholars Craig Blomberg and Mariam Kovalishyn use the historical, theological, and literary elements of James to guide their interpretation of this often-overlooked early Christian text in James: Audio Lectures. Their lectures examine the biblical text in its original environment, with an emphasis on the three key themes of (1) trials and temptation, (2) wisdom and speech, particularly with a view to obedience, and (3) wealth and poverty. In James: Audio Lectures, along with the accompanying James commentary in the Zondervan Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament series, Blomberg and Kovalishyn explore the book passage-by-passage. They provide insights into the background and meaning of the text and discuss how the book's messages fit within its own context and within a broader biblical-theological context. Session Titles and Runtimes: 1 - Introduction (19 min) 2 - James 1:1-11 (26 min) 3 - James 1:12-18 (19 min) 4 - James 1:19-27 (28 min) 5 - James 2:1-13 (20 min) 6 - James 2:14-26 (31 min) 7 - James 3:1-12 (30 min) 8 - James 3:13-18 (18 min) 9 - James 4:1-12 (30 min) 10 - James 4:13-17 (16 min) 11 - James 5:1-12 (31 min) 12 - James 5:13-20 (18 min) 13 - A Theology of James (30 min)
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