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  1. James the Less ( Greek: Ἰάκωβος ὁ μικρός Iakōbos ho mikros) is a figure of early Christianity. He is also called "the Minor", "the Little", "the Lesser", or "the Younger", according to translation, in order to differentiate him from James the Great (also called "James the Elder").

  2. Feb 13, 2019 · James the Less was one of the 12 disciples of Jesus Christ, a leader in the Jerusalem church, and the author of the book of James. He may have been the first disciple to see the risen Savior and the brother of Alphaeus. He was also known as James the Less or James the Lesser.

  3. James the Less was the younger brother of Jesus and an apostle who was called to the apostolate with his brother Jude. He was present at the resurrection, ascension, and ascension of Jesus, and he was stoned to death by the scribes and Pharisees. He was also a leader of the Jerusalem Church and wrote the General Epistle of James.

  4. St. James the Less, (flourished 1st century ce; Western feast day May 3; Eastern feast day October 9), one of the Twelve Apostles of Jesus. James may be he whose mother, Mary (not the mother of Jesus), is mentioned among the women at Jesus’ crucifixion and tomb (Mark 15:40, 16:1; Matthew 27:56).

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  5. Apr 3, 2023 · Updated Apr 03, 2023 St. James the Less, also known as James the son of Alphaeus, was one of the original twelve disciples of Jesus Christ.

  6. Sep 11, 2019 · James son of Alphaeus was one of the Twelve disciples of Jesus Christ, and the author of the Book of James. He was also the brother of Mary, the mother of Jesus, and the brother of James, the brother of Jesus. Learn about his life, ministry, and role in the early church from this guide that covers the facts and the ambiguities of his identity.

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