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Philippians (Everyman's Bible Commentary Series)

eBook|Jun 1974
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It seems unlikely that a chained prisoner would write a paper on triumph,  but ^in his letter to the Philippian believers, the apostle Paul did exactly that.  John ^F. Walvoord's refreshing analysis of this popular New Testament epistle ^combines an unusually fascinating...


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It seems unlikely that a chained prisoner would write a paper on triumph, but ^in his letter to the Philippian believers, the apostle Paul did exactly that.  John ^F. Walvoord's refreshing analysis of this popular New Testament epistle ^combines an unusually fascinating style with a careful exegesis of the original ^Greek text. After discussing the epistle's authorship, date, character, and relevance ^to modern Christianity, Walvoord moves to a consideration of the prominent phrases ^in the Pauline writings.

Cross-references and historical background help to ^explain the text to the layman or student. Dr. Walvoord explains how the principles ^expressed by the apostle Paul can help the Christian to consistently experience ^peace in Christ.



JOHN F. WALVOORD (A.B., D.D., Wheaton College; A.M., Texas Christian ^University; Th.B., Th.M., Th.D., Dallas Theological Seminary), former president ^of Dallas Theological Seminary and editor of Bibliotheca Sacra, America's ^oldest theological quarterly, was recognized as one of the leading evangelical theologians ^in America and an authority on systematic theology and eschatology. His academic ^background and extensive travel in the Middle East made him unusually capable of ^preparing theological and eschatological studies. He authored numerous books on ^theology and biblical prophecy, including The Revelation of Jesus Christ, Jesus ^Christ Our Lord, and Daniel: The Key to Prophetic Revelation.



It seems unlikely that a chained prisoner would write a paper on triumph, but in his letter to the Philippian believers, the apostle Paul did exactly that. John F. Walvoord's refreshing analysis of this popular New Testament epistle combines an unusually fascinating style with a careful exegesis of the original Greek text. After discussing the epistle's authorship, date, character, and relevance to modern Christianity, Walvoord moves to a consideration of the prominent phrases in the Pauline writings.

Cross-references and historical background help to explain the text to the layman or student. Dr. Walvoord explains how the principles expressed by the apostle Paul can help the Christian to consistently experience peace in Christ.



-Publisher

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John F Walvoord

John F Walvoord is considered the world's foremost interpreter of biblical prophecy. He authored nearly 30 books including the New York Times bestseller, Armagaeddon, Oil and The Midle East Crisis. He served as president and professor of systematic theology at Dallas Theological Seminary from 1952-1986. He earned degrees from Wheaton College, Texas Christian University, and Dallas Theological Seminary. Walvoord died in December 2002 at the age of 92.- Publisher.

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