James at the centre - A Jerusalem Perspective on the New Testament

This article is concerned with the James, who, along with Peter and Paul, was one of the three most important figures in the crucial first three decades of early Christianity. Putting James at the centre is intended to suggest a readjustment of our customary mental impressions of early Christianity, which have been formed by accounts that marginalize both James himself and the New Testament writing that bears his name, the letter of James.