The first of the so-called “Catholic Epistles” in the traditional ordering of the canon, the letter of James has not fared well in the history of interpretation. Nevertheless, this early Christian document provides unique insight into the character of the church during its infancy, and its teaching contains significant representations not only of Christian ethics but of primitive Christian theology.
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