In James session 012, “Faith Without Works is Dead?”, Dr. Andy Woods continues his progression through the Book of James as he arrives at James 2:14-26. Is James here teaching that if you do not have enough good works as a Christian, then your initial faith was illusory, inauthentic, or spurious? Or, rather, is James’ point here something completely different? Is James instead dealing with whether the Christian’s faith is productive and useful rather than questioning its existence in the first place? This session also provides an analysis of the arguments favoring the assurance of the believer’s salvation.