Jude (book of)

Detailed outline of the Book of Jude

Greetings (1–2) Occasion for the Letter (3–4) The Change of Subject (3) The Reason for the Change: The Presence of Godless Apostates (4) Warning against the False Teachers (5–16) Historical Examples of the Judgment of Apostates (5–7) Unbelieving Israel (5) Angels who fell (6) Sodom and Gomorrah (7) Description of the Apostates of Jude’s


Jude Salutation 1:1 From Jude, a slave of Jesus Christ and brother of James, to those who are called, wrapped in the love of God the Father and kept for Jesus Christ. 1:2 May mercy, peace, and love be lavished on you! Condemnation of the False Teachers 1:3 Dear friends, although I have been eager to write to you

Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible – Jude – Robert Jamieson, A.R. Fausset, and David Brown

THE GENERAL EPISTLE OF JUDE Commentary by A. R. Faussett   INTRODUCTION Author.--He calls himself in the address "the servant of Jesus Christ, and brother of James." See Introduction to the Epistle of James, in proof of James the apostle, and James the Lord's brother, the bishop of Jerusalem, being one and the same person. Ga 1:19 alone