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Scot McKnight has written a very readable, evangelical commentary on James. While covering the traditional bases and literature, he also includes a number of new readings of the data that make his work fresh and intriguing. This book will be viewed as a standard evangelical work that needs to be consulted in any future work on this letter.
Peter H. Davids
St. Stephens University
A readable and carefully organized commentary packed full of concrete insights. McKnight brilliantly blends the best thoughts of earlier scholarship with innovative thinking, and he remains sensitive throughout to both ancient context and his modern audience.
Craig S. Keener
Palmer Theological Seminary
Readers will find in Scot McKnights learned and well-written commentary rich insights acquired through many years of investigating the life, leadership, and theology of James the brother of Jesus. Again and again McKnight breaks new ground, correcting old misconceptions and throwing new light on important issues.
Craig A. Evans
Acadia Divinity College
Scot McKnight is the Karl A. Olsson Professor in Religious Studies at North Park University in Chicago, Illinois. He is the author of thirty books, including The Jesus Creed: Loving God, Loving Others, which won the Christianity Today book of the year for Christian Living.
I like NICNT because it is more scholarly than most but not as longwinded as with the extraneous details as Word Biblical. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Eric Wright
I like McKnight's perceptive commentary that applies to life. He is a good scholar who has a good grasp of the issues.Published 22 months ago by Thomas A. Peterson
McKnight writes over 400 pages of pure commentary in this book and in doing so is able to provide the reader with a deep understanding of the text of James. Read morePublished on September 18, 2013 by Derek Newbery
i was doing a personal study of the book of James. the author provided a deeper insight to a book of the bible that i've read numerous times. Read morePublished on September 18, 2013 by Don Beale
Scott McKnight has become one of my favorite authors and commentators of scripture and the Christian life. His commentary on James is essential for a serious study of the textPublished on May 2, 2013 by Daniel M Lacich
It's McKnight, what else needs to be said. I don't love this series, but I do love McKnight's approach and bent.Published on March 29, 2013 by Adam Huschka