While I don’t believe that America is as divided and hate-filled as the media wants us to believe, I realize that virtually every person has at least a touch of prejudice. For one reason or another, virtually everyone looks down their nose on a certain segment of society.

Maybe it’s because of skin color.

Maybe it’s because of a different socio-economic class.

Maybe it’s because of a different belief system or religion.

Maybe it’s because they sin differently than we do.

So, how is a Christian to think about prejudice? Is it really that bad? And, if we are to work to eradicate prejudice from our hearts, what must we replace it with?

These questions and more are answered in James 2:1-13. This sermon looks at this passage of Scripture one verse at a time.

You can download my sermon notes by clicking this link: “A Biblical Answer to Prejudice” (James 2:1-13)

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