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This bibliography presents a list of reference books and articles relevant to the study of implanted logos and the perfect law of freedom. The Letter of James ranks among the most enigmatic works of early Christian literature. One searches critical scholarship in vain for any consensus on fundamental questions regarding its place in emerging Christianity. Roughly equal numbers of scholars argue that it represents an authentic work of James, the brother of Jesus, an argue that it is pseudonymous; that it was written in Palestine, as that it was written from the diaspora; that it is to be included among the earliest works of the New Testament, as that it is among the latest.

Keywords: Christianity; Jesus Christ; Letter of James; New Testament

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