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[[Image:jamesbrotherlord.jpg|right|frame|Saint James the Just]]Saint '''James the Just''', also called '''James Adelphos''' and '''James the Brother of Our Lord''' (died AD 62), was the first [[Bishop]] or [[Patriarch]] of [[Church of Jerusalem|Jerusalem]]. According to the ''[[Protoevangelion of James]]'', James was the son of [[Joseph the Betrothed|Joseph]]—along with the other 'brethren of the Lord' mentioned in the scripture—from a marriage prior to his betrothal to [[Theotokos|Mary]]. He wrote an [[Book of James|epistle]] which is part of the [[New Testament]]. St. James is commemorated on [[October 23]]; on [[December 26]]
or [[ December 30| 30]], along with [[David]] the King and St. Joseph; and on [[January 4]] among the [[Apostles#The_Seventy|Seventy Apostles]].
The ''Protevangelion of James'' (or ''Infancy Gospel of James''), a work of the 2nd century, also presents itself as written by James.
*[http://www.earlychristianwritings.com/text/hegesippus.html "The martyrdom of James, the brother of the Lord"] Quotes from lost writings of Hegesippus in Eusebius.
*[http://www.studylight.org/his/bc/wfj/antiquities/view.cgi?book=20&chapter=9 Flavius Josephus ''Antiquities of the Jews'' Book 20, Chapter 9]
[[Category:Bishops|James the Just]]