Messages from James and Paul
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The paper discusses how the relatively short chapter of James, when compared to the longer writings of Paul to the Romans, appears to illustrate many dividing messages from the early church. The more prolific author, Paul, conveys a much more political agenda, speaking decisively regarding Jews, Gentiles and the Law, while James instead focuses on the importance of actions in faith, writing for "all God's people scattered over the whole world." The paper explains that as these two authors are writing for different audiences, they write with particular purposes. The paper discusses how the letter of James looks closely at specific practices of the Christian beliefs, illustrating how faith is meant to properly be put into action.
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