A Study of the Book of James
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James is perhaps the most practical of any book in the New Testament. As the leader of a Messianic assembly, James is concerned about the behavior of those under his care and his writing reflects his direct approach toward issues within the community. Christian commentators often call James the head of the Jerusalem "church," but an examination of the Greek text shows that James addresses his remarks to the synagogues of combined Jewish and Gentile believers in the Messiah. That explains why James makes a good deal more sense when it is read from a Hebrew perspective.
This verse-by-verse study examines the cultural background, grammar and linguistic nuances of the text through questions designed to help the reader understand the power of James' relationship with Yeshua.
20 audio (mp3) lectures, plus study questions on every verse and chapter (PDF file).