There is no more practical book in the New Testament than James. Its abundant imperatives (more than any other New Testament book) and its striking imagery arm it to prick to conscience of 'double-minded' and presumptuous Christians as skillfully today as in the first century. No commentary drives home the significance of these instructions better than Dr. Richardson's. He has offered Bible students a thought-provoking and compelling examination of this wonderfully unsettling book.
Kurt A. Richardson