The book of James has aroused controversy throughout the church’s history. On the one hand, we are saved by grace. On the other, we must do good works. How do the two fit together? Verno Doerksen traces the interpretive history of the book of James, and helps modern readers make sense of what turns out to be a false distinction: grace and works go together.
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Verno Doerksen (B.A., Pacific College; B.D., Th.M., Talbot Theological Seminary; Th.D., Grace Theological Seminary) was dean of students and professor of Bible and theology at Arizona Bible College.