And who gave you the dating for James? The matter can be seen throughout the history in Acts and related events in Pauls letters to others. Those in Asia absolutely rejected him - Ephisis was the capitol.Paul was convicted of being a false apostle and a liar in Revelation 2. James may well have been written to the Church as his guidelines for the very trial of Paul for heresy.
James was written before any of Paul's letters were written. Now you're making historical blunders and assumptions. Paul on trial before any of his letters were written? Come on sir, you're digging a deep hole.
The historical errors were committed by Paul. As noted on the first post, who did Paul say the law was given to Moses by?
Don't start faulting my pointing out the lies of Paul unless you're willing to at least check the basics of Scripture before Paul. BTW, it also appears some of Paul's errors were compounded by the Greek translation of Hebrew texts, but even that doesn't explain it, as some Psalms quoted as proof texts for his 'new covenant' totally left out verses from the same Psalm that refuted what Paul was claiming.
Paul lied. Paul did not know Scripture. Paul committed blasphemy against God in saying the good God gave caused him to sin. Last I checked, there are milliions who know nothing of the ten commandments that break them all the time - knowing something is wrong doesn't make you do it - you do it of yourself - God tempts no man. James refuted the doctrine of Paul from start to finish and who else cares to investigate which told the truth? Warning though, the Septuagent is a bad translation and you'd do best to get a direct Hebrew to English translation.
You've been warned to believe God and not Paul. Your blood is not on me.