Wherever two or more people come together, one thing is for certain: Conflict will arise. Like a snake piercing its fangs into the skin, so differences can spread poison through marriages, churches, businesses, clubs, and friendships with deadly results. How can we prevent conflict from becoming all-out division? The third and fourth chapters of the New Testament book, James, provides an antidote. In this short book (70 pages), with brief chapters and questions provided that make it ideal for discussing with others, Tom Barnes helps explain and apply the eight principles James sets forth for how to deal with our differences.
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