Does James Know What He Is Talking About?

James is talking about how we choose to answer those questions about god on our worst days. if we decide to tell ourselves god is not faithful, we may declare our independence from him by choosing not to obey. if we decide he is trustworthy, we will move closer to him looking for more help, more connection.. (26) but st. james has thus far dilated only on the first part of his advice in james 1:19, "let every man be swift to hear"; now he must enforce the remaining clause, "slow to speak.". if any man among you seem to be religious . . .–better, if any one imagine himself to be religious, not bridling his tongue, but deceiving his own heart, this man’s religion is vain.. James begins in the first chapter by describing the overall traits of the faith walk. in chapter 2 and the beginning of chapter 3 he discusses social justice and a discourse on faith in action. he then compares and contrasts the difference between worldly and godly wisdom and asks us to turn away from evil and draw close to god.. (more…)

Intermittent Fasting – Looking At The Views Of Dr. Jason Fung

In this video, dennis pollock discusses dr. jason fung’s views on intermittent fasting, as he shares in his book "the diabetes code." dr. jason fung, probably more than any other person, has popularized the idea of fasting as an important component in the reversal and cure of insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes.. Variations on intermittent fasting include alternative-day fasting, in which people eat normally one day and under 500 calories the next; 18:6, referring to fasting for 18 hours a day and eating. Dr. jason fung answers questions about intermittent fasting march 20 2016 by dr. andreas eenfeldt, md , medical content by dr. jason fung, md in dr. jason fung , intermittent fasting , q&a do you want to know more about intermittent fasting for weight loss or diabetes reversal?. (more…)