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Logos and Law in the Letter of James

The Law of Nature, the Law of Moses and the Law of Freedom

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This study of the Letter of James shows that its concept of "Implanted <i>logos</i>" is derived from the Stoic theory that human reason represents divine law. In James, this universal <i>logos</i> is understood to find written expression in the Torah.

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