How James Outlines His Letter (Video)

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You can read ten commentaries on the book of James and discover ten different ways of outlining this epistle. But are there internal clues that reveal how James would outline his own letter? As you read through the book, notice how James addresses his audience with the phrase “my brothers,” then follows this address with a Greek imperative. It’s this formula that marks major sections in this unique book of the Bible.

 

In this video, you will learn how to locate this address formula in the Greek New Testament, examine occurrences in an interlinear English text, and use the Logos morph search to show how this formula marks major sections in this letter.  

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