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Ask James one: A Bible study for individuals or small groups Paperback – April 17, 2008
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Lance Ponder is a resident of rural Southern Indiana where he lives with his wonderful and supportive wife and youngest teenage son. A professional technical writer and webmaster, Ask James is Lance's first book written for public publication. A born again believer from his youth, Lance has searched for answers to life's difficult questions for many years. Unsatisfied with traditional dogma, Lance began seeking answers directly from the word of God and has found fulfillment in the wisdom of God found the law, prophets, Apostles, and our Lord Jesus Christ through the revelation of the Holy Spirit. Lance is currently an active member of Full Gospel Outreach in Salem, Indiana and an active blogger at www.xanga.com/fkiprofessor.
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"... in no case are my opinions intended to be taken as authoritative. Only scripture itself should be taken as the final authority and even then I strongly encourage the reader to always consider the context of all scripture references offered."
Mr. Ponder uses the first chapter of the book of James in the New Testament as a springboard from which readers are encouraged to ask questions they may never have thought to ask and to seek answers throughout all of Scripture. This Bible study has an easy to follow question and answer format that is not bogged down by theological jargon, yet the subject matter poses many challenges for readers who are willing to take a good honest look within themselves. The author does not claim to have all the answers to all the possible questions that can be asked, but he does offer a wonderful guide for how to seek them out. In the back of the book Mr. Ponder has even included a list containing the questions that are discussed throughout, along with the references he chose to use. This list is a wonderful tool for someone who may wish to study on his own before looking to see the answers offered in the book.
Whether you are an individual or a Bible study group, I highly recommend Ask James for the next time you want to study your Bible with a supplement that will encourage you, inspire you, challenge you, and give you the freedom to ask your own questions, seeking always to know the Lord more intimately.