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May 22 , 2009

A Private Commentary on the Bible: James


The book of James is practical preaching on Christian character and duty. Sometimes James sounds like the Old Testament Wisdom books, and sometimes he thunders like one of the Old Testament prophets. James was the first New Testament writer and his letter forms a bridge between Old Testament law and Jesus’ New Testament gospel message. James is not an easy book with its seeming mix of law and grace and its insistence on practical Christian works. The commentary explains what the book requires of Christians. The book’s main themes are that trials develop spiritual maturity and good works demonstrate saving faith.

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James D. Quiggle has written commentaries on Old and New Testament books, a biography of Adam and Eve, and books on theology, tithing and eschatology. His latest is Dispensational Eschatology. All his books are available online in eBook/epub formats and in print.

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