A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Epistle of St. by James Hardy Ropes

By James Hardy Ropes

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T o possess the Law of God, which is able to save our souls (i ), is a privilege and joy ( i 2 ). In this law the ten com­ mandments and other precepts of the 0. T . occupy a chief place (2 ), however much they may or may not be supple­ mented by other teaching and by Christian interpretation. The devil (4 ) and our own wicked impulses ( i ) bring us to sin, and all men do sin (3 ) ; unforgiven sin issues in death 5 )* and the torment of a future punishment is mentioned (S*' ). God requires complete devotion (esp.

At all, and is of unknown origin. This acquaintance with the L X X gives a distinct Biblical flavour to the style in general. Actual grammatical Hebraisms are few. The genitive of quality, equivalent to an adjective, appears in a/cpoarty imXrjafiovr)^ ( i ) , tcpiral StaXoyuTfubv 7rov7)pa)p ( 2 * ) ; perhaps also the less strange v6p&i iXevdepCaz ([i ] 2 ) , 0 KoapjoK T779 aZuclas (3*), T O irpicmrov TT/9 yep4

Burgess, Epideictic Leipziger Literature (Studies in Classical Philology, vol. iii), Chicago, 1902, pp. 229 Jf. note 2; Attische P . Wendland, Anaximenes Beredsamkeil*, § 3. von Lampsakos, 1905; F . Blass, 1892, ii, p p . 1 1 1 , 271 Jf. LITERARY RELATIONSHIPS. (a) The relation of the Epistle of James to the Wisdomliterature of the O. T . has already been referred to, and it has been pointed out that in literary type and style the epistle breathes a different atmosphere. Some of the ideas, however, of Proverbs, Ecclesiasticus, and Wisdom are found repeated in THE EPISTLE 19 James.

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