>Why? There's no evidence that he's resurrected. The James that ordained
>Joseph Smith was James the Greater, brother of John the Apostle. This
>James is brother of Jesus, who converted after the resurrection of
>Christ, and became the bishop of Jerusalem, as well as author of the
book
>of James. For all we know, he's still in the Spirit World working....


Well, who knows? Wasn't Moroni resurrected? I kind of figured that saints
prior to the great apostasy have been resurrected. Then again I recall St
Paul speaking of the resurrection in a far future tense and connected it
with the second coming. 

Paul O
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