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That which you are asking with "where" and "when" is not clear.

Nonetheless, no Christian should attempt to follow the teaching of the Book of James.  The book is a primer (an introduction) in Talmudic reasoning.

James was not an apostle; rather, James was a subvertor of the Christian Faith, an enemy of the Church, and the primary adversary of the Apostle Paul.  

James contradicts Moses and Paul regarding the justification of Abraham, for James has in view the Talmudic concept of justification, in which justification is the state in which the good in man (generated by works) outweighs the evil in man.

The book of James has no rightful place in the Canon of Scripture.
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