Expounding on the character and condition of the churches found in the text, Augustus Neander offers critical exegesis on the Epistle of James.
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- Preface by H. C. Conant
- Exposition on the Epistle of James
- In-depth introduction
Praise for the Print Edition
The scholar, and the reflecting individual who desires to catch their significance, breathed forth refreshingly upon his soul, can find nothing better.
—New Englander and Yale Review
- Title: The Epistle of James
- Author: Augustus Neander
- Publisher: Lewis Colby
- Publication Date: 1852
- Pages: 122
About Augustus Neander
Augustus Neander was a professor of theology at the University of Berlin. He is the author of Uber den Kaiser Julianus und sein Zeitalter, Der heilige Bernard und sein Zeialter, and a work on Gnosticism entitled Genetische Entwickelung der vornehmsten gnostichen Systems.