Delivered as a series of 19 lectures, Bernard Jacobi provides exposition of the book of James. Moving contextually section-by-section, Jacobi reflects on the key character traits defined as a reflection of the Christian faith.
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- 19 lectures on the book of James
- Reflects on the key character traits
Praise for the Print Edition
As a specimen of the expository style this volume is highly respectable, and, though the difficulties of the subject cannot be grappled with, without departing from the style in come measure, it combines the double advantages of general exposition and particular criticism as fully as possible . . . we recommend it the more earnestly.
—The Gentlemen’s Magazine
- Title: Expository Lectures on the General Epistle of James
- Author: Bernard Jacobi
- Publisher: The Religious Tract Society
- Publication Date: 1838
- Pages: 236
About Bernard Jacobi
Bernard Jacobi was the minister of the church at Petershagen, Prussia in the nineteenth century.