A Handbook on the Letter from James
I-Jin Loh, Howard Hatton
United Bible Societies, 1997 - Religion - 225 pages
A verse-by-verse analysis and commentary the Letter from James by recognized biblical translation experts. Focuses special attention on critical words and phrases, explaining accepted interpretations, noting how various translations have handled these passages, and often explaining the nuances of the Greek original.
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Abraham action adjective alternative translation model believe Bible bless boast brethren brother Christian community clause condemn context contrast dative deeds endurance Epistle of James example expression faith Father fellow Christians fire FRCL friends GECL genitive give God's grammatical Greek Gspd heart hendiadys human imperative inclusive indicates interpretation James goes Jerusalem Bible judge judgment kind languages literally Lord Jesus Christ Matt meaning mercy metaphor NASB natural noun NRSV obviously Old Testament participle particle peace perfect perfect law person Phps phrase plural poor possible pray prayer problem pronoun Rahab refers rendered rhetorical question rich righteousness RSV TEV scholars scripture Section Heading sense sentence Septuagint similarly sinner sins someone spirit statement steadfastness taken tempted tense term things tongue trials truth understanding understood United Bible Societies verb verse Version wisdom word yourselves