Exegetically examining the book of James, R. J. Knowling comprehensively studies the authorship, historical context, extra-biblical references, and scope of the text.
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- Examines the book of James
- Discusses historical context
- Includes an introduction and notes
- Title: The Epistle of St. James
- Author: R. J. Knowling
- Publisher: Methuen & Co.
- Publication Date: 1904
- Pages: 257
About R. J. Knowling
R. J. Knowling (1851–1919) was educated at Bundell’s School in Tiverton and Balliol College in Oxford. Ordained in 1878, Knowling was elected the curate of Wellington. He later went on to become the vice-principal of King’s College (London), as well as a professor of New Testament exegesis.