The Maxims of James

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Category: Reference New Testament Commentaries
Norman Mellish

It is quite apparent that this letter has a very definite bearing upon the Christian life, particularly to those people of the Jewish nation to whom it is written. That James has these believers in mind is clear from the opening verse. It is also apparent that the various writers of the New Testament laid emphasis upon different aspects of Christian living in their writings. James was the man of faith and works, Paul was the man of faith and love, Peter was the man of faith and hope, and John was the man of faith and truth, but all insisted upon personal faith in the Lord Jesus Christ.

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