Not by Paul Aloneexplores the historical reasons for the creation
of the book of James and the implications for the creation of the
Christian canon. Nienhuis makes a compelling case that James was
written in the mid-second century and is, like 2 Peter, an attempt
to provide a distinctive shape to the emerging New Testament. This
book bolsters the claim that the Catholic Epistles not only have a
distinct witness individually, but that collectively they are also
a considered theological agenda within the Christian church.
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