The Wisdom of James the Just celebrates the wholesome, vigorous, and practical teachings found in James’ five chapters. W. Boyd Carpenter begins with an examination of the personality of the writer, as revealed in the letter—his philosophy of life and thoughts about God—as well as those to whom he wrote. Carpenter then delves into the epistle itself, exhorting his readers to live the principles found therein. A full text of James is also included.
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W. Boyd Carpenter (1841–1918) was educated at St. Catharine’s College, Cambridge, and was appointed Hulsean Lecturer at Cambridge in 1878. His works include Commentary on Revelation, Witness to the Influence of Christ, and The Apology of Experience.