tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9193910827847323491.post8990353006738678185..comments2019-11-28T22:39:39.825-05:00Comments on RE: Think: Faith & Deeds: Your Window to the World of WorksAnonymoushttp://www.blogger.com/profile/05389903464638309338noreply@blogger.comBlogger1125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9193910827847323491.post-80261603830688739562009-04-21T06:04:00.000-04:002009-04-21T06:04:00.000-04:00Um, just a little correction: It was Calvin, not L...Um, just a little correction: It was Calvin, not Luther, who said that final quote (I think in _Principles of Theology_). But despite Luther's problems with James, there's a great quote from Luther which expresses perfectly, I think, James's theology of faith and works - ironically, it comes from his preface to his commentary on Romans! The quote is:<br /><br />"O it is a living, busy active mighty thing, this faith. It is impossible for it not to be doing good things incessantly. It does not ask whether good works are to be done, but before the question is asked, it has already done this, and is constantly doing them. Whoever does not do such works, however, is an unbeliever. He gropes and looks for faith and good works, but knows neither what faith is nor what good works are. Yet he talks and talks, with many words, about faith and good works."Anonymousnoreply@blogger.com