More With Less Recent James Research

In addition to the more recent titles on the Letter of James that I posted yesterday, I am also adding some titles to the RECENT JAMES RESEARCH list that are a few years older…

The following essays all come from this edited volume by Chilton and Evans. I have only included those titles that deal more or less specifically with the Letter of James…

Bruce Chilton. 2005. “James, Peter, Paul, and the formation of the Gospels.” In The missions of James, Peter, and Paul: Tensions in early Christianity, ed. Bruce Chilton and Craig Evans, 3-28. Supplements to Novum Testamentum, 115. Leiden: Brill.

Peter H. Davids. 2005. “James and Peter: The literary evidence.” In Chilton and Evans, 29-52.

John Painter. 2005. “The power of words: Rhetoric in James and Paul.” In Chilton and Evans, 235-73.

Bruce Chilton. 2005. “Wisdom and Grace.” In Chilton and Evans, 307-22.

Wiard Popkes. 2005. “Leadership: James, Paul, and their contemporary background.” In Chilton and Evans, 323-54.

Peter H. Davids. 2005. “The test of wealth.” In Chilton and Evans, 355-84.

Marianne Sawicki. 2005. “Person or practice? Judging in James and in Paul.” In Chilton and Evans, 385-408.

Jacob Neusner. 2005. “Sin, repentance, atonement, and resurrection: The perspective of rabbinic theology on the views of James 1-2 and Paul in Romans 3-4.” In Chilton and Evans, 409-34.

Peter H. Davids. 2005. “Why do we suffer? Suffering in James and Paul.” In Chilton and Evans, 435-66.

Ithamar Gruenwald. 2005. “Ritualizing death in James and Paul in light of Jewish apocalypticism.” In Chilton and Evans, 467-86.

Bruce Chilton. 2005. “Conclusions and questions.” In Chilton and Evans, 487-94.


Patrick J. Hartin. 2005. “‘Who is wise and understanding among you?’ (James 3:13): An analysis of wisdom, eschatology, and apocalypticism in the Letter of James.” In Conflicted boundaries in wisdom and apocalypticism, ed. Benjamin G. Wright III and Lawrence M. Wills, 149-68. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature.

Patrick A. Tiller. 2005. “The rich and poor in James: An apocalyptic ethic.” In Conflicted boundaries in wisdom and apocalypticism, ed. Benjamin G. Wright III and Lawrence M. Wills, 149-68. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature.

William R. Baker. 2005. “Book of James.” In Dictionary for theological interpretation of the Bible, ed. Kevin J. Vanhoozer, 347-51. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker.

Patrick J. Hartin. 2004. James of Jerusalem: Heir to Jesus of Nazareth. Collegeville, MN: Liturgical Press.

The following essays were newly published in Luke Timothy Johnson’s 2004 Brother of Jesus, friend of God: Studies in the Letter of James. I’m listing these studies separately, but I’ll be adding the essays that were reprinted in this volume according to their original publication details.

Luke Timothy Johnson. 2004. “Prologue: James’s significance for early Christian history.” In Brother of Jesus, friend of God, 1-23.

__________. 2004. “A survey of the history of interpretation of James.” In Brother of Jesus, friend of God, 39-44.

­­__________. 2004. “The reception of James in the early church.” In Brother of Jesus, friend of God, 45-60.

­­__________. 2004. “Journeying east with James: A chapter in the history of interpretation.” In Brother of Jesus, friend of God, 61-83.

­­__________. 2004. “How James won the West: A chapter in the history of canonization.” In Brother of Jesus, friend of God, 84-100.

­­__________. 2004. “Gender in the Letter of James: A surprising witness.” In Brother of Jesus, friend of God, 221-34.

­__________. 2004. “Epilogue: The importance of James for theology.” In Brother of Jesus, friend of God, 235-59.

The following essays are from the edited volume by J. Schlosser. I have only included the English titles for now…

Robert W. Wall. 2004. “A unifying theology of the Catholic Epistles: A canonical approach.” In The Catholic Epistles and the tradition, ed. J. Schlosser, 43-71. Leuven, Belgium: Leuven University Press.

Richard J. Bauckham. 2004. “The wisdom of James and the wisdom of Jesus.” In Schlosser, 75-92.

John S. Kloppenborg. 2004. “The reception of the Jesus traditions in James.” In Schlosser, 93-142.

Jonathan P. Yates. 2004. “The reception of the Epistle of James in the Latin West: Did Athanasius play a role? In Schlosser, 273-88.


Matthew Spencer, Klaus Wachtel & Christopher J. Howe. 2004. “Representing multiple pathways of textual flow in the Greek manuscripts of the Letter of James using reduced median networks.” Computers and the Humanities 38:1-14.

David Instone-Brewer. 2004. “James as a sermon on the trials of Abraham.” In The New Testament in its first century setting: Essays on context and background in honour of B. W. Winter on his 65th birthday, 250-68. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans.

Bruce Chilton. 2004. “James, Jesus’ brother.” In The face of New Testament studies: A survey of recent research, 251-62. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker.

Mariam J. Kamell. 2003. Wisdom in James: An Examination and Comparison of the Roles of Wisdom and the Holy Spirit. M.A. thesis, Denver Seminary.





Luke L. Cheung. 2003. The Genre, Composition and Hermeneutics of James. Carlisle: Paternoster.

Patrick J. Hartin. 2003. James. Sacra Pagina Series, vol. 14. Collegeville, MN: Liturgical Press.

David E. Aune. 2003. “Letter of James.” In The Westminster dictionary of New Testament & Early Christian Literature & Rhetoric, 238-41. Louisville, KY: Westminster John Knox.

Benjamin J. Pehrson. 2002. Noachic allusion and echo in James 3.1-12: Implicatures of new creation eschatology. M.A. thesis, Wheaton College Graduate School.

David C. Parker. 2002. “The development of the critical text of the Epistle of James: From Lachmann to the Editio Critica Maior.” In New Testament textual criticism and exegesis: Festschrift J. Delobel, ed. A. Denaux, 317-30.

Wesley Hiram Wachob. 2002. “The apocalyptic intertexture of the Epistle of James.” In The intertexture of apocalyptic discourse in the New Testament, ed. Duane F. Watson, 165-86. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature.

Luke Timothy Johnson. 2000. “An introduction to the Letter of James.” Review and Expositor, 97:155-67. Also in Brother of Jesus, friend of God, 24-38. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans (2004).

Douglas J. Moo. 2000. The Letter of James. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans.

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