James The Just

James The Just" is admittingly a different commentary than what I am accustomed to. For example, the author states at the beginning that the commentary is written from the point of view of a Messianic Jew. While interesting, the title was hard for me to follow. This is not due to the author's ineptitude but from my inexperience with Hebrew and Greek, of which there are plenty of examples of each in the book.

Needless to say, the commentary was not what I expected - the book is clearly more appropriate for someone who has studied Greek and Hebrew. Definitely not for the young Christian or the mature Christian lacking knowledge in Greek and Hebrew.

Therefore, it would not be fair to give the title an unfavorable review. The writing style (Hebrew and Greek aside) seemed to be okay but is again better suited for scholars.

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