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The church that James writes to is messy and full of problems - just like the church in our day. This comprehensive study gives the full context of the epistle and background to the words of the brother of Jesus. Contains study questions for review. Perfect for personal or group study.
Focus on the Bible commentaries are popular level commentaries especially useful for pastors and small group leaders. They are also useful for personal devotions and spiritual growth. The series holds to the inerrancy of scripture and the uniqueness of Christ in salvation.
This volume is available for purchase individually, or as part of the Focus on the Bible Commentary Set (41 Vols.).
"Closely tied to the text of Scripture... the writing is clear and accessible... biblical exposition is applied to life... All in all, this is a solid and useful commentary written by two pastor-scholars to help the church be the church as God intended." - Robert A. Peterson, Professor of Systematic Theology, Covenant Theological Seminary, St Louis, Missouri
"James was a wonderful theologian, but he also was involved in people's lives in a practical way on a daily basis. His writing comes from the heart of a man who understood that Christianity was supposed to produce good works... genuine 'shoe-leather Christians'... live what they believe." - Steve Gaines, Pastor, Great Bellevue Baptist, Memphis, Tennessee
"This is good reading and instruction for the Christian and the unbeliever but especially for the church. Although the lessons taught are God are difficult to put in to practice the outcome of the compliance will be God honouring. - The Gospel Magazine
B. Dale Ellenburg is Pastor of Dotson Memorial Baptist Church, Maryville, Tennessee. Prior to that he was Vice-President of Academics at Mid-America Baptist Seminary, Cordova, Tennessee.
Christopher Morgan is Dean of the School of Christian Ministries and Professor of Theology, California Baptist University, Riverside, California