In an effort to expand our outreach to the
masses who are searching for and needing
Messianic instruction, we are now offering online Bible studies, delivered
by TNN Online editor J.K. McKee. Every Wednesday
a new teaching which deals with pertinent topics
for today’s Messianic Believers will be
presented. For the most part, these studies will
be focusing on specific books of the Bible, but
may from time to time deal with critical
subjects as well.
The online Bible studies are all pre-recorded
and quite easy to access as MP3 files. This is
much easier than having to log in at a preset
time into PalTalk. These MP3 files can be
listened to from your computer, or downloaded to
an MP3 player or compatible CD player.
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letter of James the Just, the half-brother of
Messiah Yeshua, is not without its controversy.
Often considered to have the most Jewish
character of among all the books of the
Apostolic Scriptures (New Testament), James'
epistle sits between two extremes: those who
deny his message, and those who give his message
a weight that it was never intended to have.
James' letter has a distinctive emphasis on the
works of the individual, and many have viewed
what he has to say as in fact annulling the
grace of God. Some have denied James' place in
the Biblical canon, and others have forgotten
who James was as a humble, kind, and patient
servant of the Lord.
James' epistle has a universal moral message for
all of humanity, and especially the Messianic
What important lessons are there for us to learn
James - RSV,
NASU, NIV, LITV, CJB (PDF)