Following a thorough introduction to the Epistle of St. James, H. W. Fulford provides succinct exposition on the essential doctrines of Christianity.
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- In-depth introduction
- Discusses the character and contents of the Epistle
- Emphasis on the permanent truths and principles underlying the Sacred Text
- Title: The General Epistle of St. James
- Author: H. W. Fulford
- Publisher: Methuen & Co.
- Publication Date: 1801
- Pages: 152
About H. W. Fulford
H. W. Fulford was the dean and prelector at Clare College in Cambridge, as well as a rector of Satchworh, Herts.