Discoursing on the authorship, authenticity, stylistic characteristics, composition, and aim of the epistle, Edwin T. Winkler provides exemplary exegesis on the Epistle of James. Emphasizing semantic irregularities and omissions, Winkler examines the inherent meaning and context of the text.
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- Analysis of the Epistle of James
- Examines characteristic qualities of James
- Discusses the authenticity of the Epistle
- Title: Commentary on the Epistle of James
- Author: Edwin T. Winkler
- Publisher: American Baptist Publication Society
- Publication Date: 1888
- Pages: 86
About Edwin T. Winkler
Edwin T. Winkler (1823–1883) was educated at Brown University, Baylor University, and Newton Theological Institution. Ordained in 1846, Winkler became the minister of First Baptist Church in Charleston. He later served as a chaplain in the civil war, after which, he was conferred an honorary Doctorate of Divinity by Furman University.