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Letter to Philemon ,The (Eerdmans Critical Commentary Series)

Hardback|Jul 2000
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This latest commentary in the ECC series is unique for its exhaustive study of the ancient world at the time Philemon was written. Drawing on secular sources from Greece and Rome, from Christian writers of the time, and from other...


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This latest commentary in the ECC series is unique for its exhaustive study of the ancient world at the time Philemon was written. Drawing on secular sources from Greece and Rome, from Christian writers of the time, and from other sections of Scripture, Markus Barth provides a thorough examination of slavery in Paul's day as background to a proper interpretation of Philemon.^This outstanding work includes a fresh translation of the letter to Philemon, verse-by-verse commentary focusing on important themes in Pauline theology, and a survey of the history of Philemon interpretation from the Patristic Age to modern liberation theologians. The product of Markus Barth's lifelong research and completed by Helmut Blanke, this volume will quickly become the standard commentary on Philemon.
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This latest commentary in the ECC series is unique for its exhaustive study of the ancient world at the time Philemon was written. Drawing on secular sources from Greece and Rome, from Christian writers of the time, and from other sections of Scripture, Markus Barth provides a thorough examination of slavery in Paul's day as background to a proper interpretation of Philemon.
This outstanding work includes a fresh translation of the letter to Philemon, verse-by-verse commentary focusing on important themes in Pauline theology, and a survey of the history of Philemon interpretation from the Patristic Age to modern liberation theologians. The product of Markus Barth's lifelong research and completed by Helmut Blanke, this volume will quickly become the standard commentary on Philemon.


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Markus Barth

Barth was professor of New Testament studies at the University of Basel, Switzerland. The son of the great Lutheran theologian Karl Barth.

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