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12,768. Jude, Simon and James – the Bible is strangely silent about them. (Christianity & New Testament & James) Dr Robert Beckford, The Secrets of the Twelve Disciples
12,769. James was a key figure in the history of the early Church. In fact, he took charge of the Church after Jesus’ death. (Christianity & New Testament & James) ibid.
12,876. A figure less known to the authorities took Peter’s place: it was James, the brother of Jesus. (Christian & James) Peter & Paul & the Christian Revolution II: The Empire & the Kingdom PBS
12,877. Paul sought converts among the non-Jews ... His gentile mission soon fell under scrutiny by James and the leading Jesus followers back in Jerusalem. (Christian & Paul & James) ibid.
12,879. The conflict over gentile converts was far from settled. (Christian & Paul & James) ibid.
12,880. Antioch’s Jesus followers seemed to be flouting the most distinctive laws of Judaism. (Christian & Paul & James) ibid.
12,881. The conflict over table fellowship exposed a deep rift between the visions of Paul and James. (Christian & Paul & James) ibid.