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  1. James the Just, or a variation of James, brother of the Lord (Latin: Iacobus from Hebrew: יעקב, Ya'aqov and Greek: Ἰάκωβος, Iákōbos, can also be Anglicized as "Jacob"), was a brother of Jesus, according to the New Testament.

  2. Jul 5, 2023 · 1 Corinthians 15:7 specifically names James as one to whom Jesus appeared after His Resurrection. Seeing his dead brother walking and talking, James believes that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God sent to save people from their sins.

  3. Jan 5, 2022 · James was a son of Mary and Joseph and therefore a half-brother to Jesus and brother to Joseph, Simon, Judas, and their sisters (Matthew 13:55). In the Gospels, James is mentioned a couple of times, but at that time he misunderstood Jesus’ ministry and was not a believer (John 7:2-5).

  4. Jul 26, 2017 · Within the New Testament, a figure named “James,” an English rendering that represents “Jacob” from Hebrew and Aramaic Israelite traditions mediated through Greek, is named at the head of four “brothers” of Jesus (Mark 6:3 with Matthew 13:5556).

  5. 6 days ago · This apostle James (for there were two) was the brother of John, and a member of Christ’s inner circle of three, along with Peter and John. He proclaimed the gospel after Jesus' resurrection and was the first apostle to be martyred for his faith.

  6. Sep 8, 2023 · Explore the life and significance of James, the brother of Jesus, as he influences early Christianity, challenges theological beliefs, and navigates complex familial ties.

  7. According to the Bible, James, who wrote the book of James found in the New Testament, was the brother of Jesus Christ. Mark 6:2-3 says: "And when the Sabbath had come, He began to teach in the synagogue.

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