General Epistles: James, Peter, and Judas
by James Moffat
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This commentary by James Moffat takes a different form than
many. Rather than analzying the text verse-by-verse, Moffat has created
more of a "running" commentary. He takes generally three verses at a
time, and writes a paragraph of investigaion of the original Greek,
cultural notes, ect. Though Moffat's commentaries and Bible translations
are often debated because of his reliance on inaccurate archeological
sources, his volumes are still worth reading by those concerned with
having a diverse set of commentaries.
CCEL Staff Writer