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epistle to the Colossians and the Epistle to Philemon.
Lewis Bostock Radford
Bibliography: p. 369-372.
The author of this epistle is the apostle Paul as stated in Colossians The Epistle to the Colossians is one of the Prison Epistles which are so called because they were written by Paul while he was in prison in Rome. The Prison Epistles include Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, and the very personal Epistle to Philemon. Philemon, the shortest of the Pauline letters, is thought by some scholars to have been written at the same time as the (probably pseudonymous) Colossians Colossians, New Testament letter. It was written to the Christians of Colossae and Laodicea, ostensibly by Paul while he was in prison, presumably in Rome (c.A.D. 60).
Archippus is also mentioned in Colossians This shows that Philemon lived in Colossae. In Colossians we learn that Onesimus was from Colossae also. The Epistle was written at the same time as the Epistle to the Colossians, that is 61 to 62 AC, from Rome. Add tags for "The Epistle to the Colossians and the Epistle to Philemon, with introduction and notes". Be the first.
We also know that the letter was delivered by Onesimus, who traveled with Tychius, who also carried Paul’s letters to the Colossians (Col ) and the Ephesians (Eph. ). Therefore, Philemon is included in Paul’s “prison epistles” likely sent from Rome to the churches in the Asia Minor around AD. Location. Book of Philemon Title: The title of this letter is the name of the addressee, taken from (verse 1). Authorship: There is little doubt that Paul wrote this epistle, since he refers to himself at least three times (in verses 1, 9 and 19). Its canonicity was widely recognized in the early church, particularly by Ignatius, Tertullian, Origen, Eusebius, Marcion, and in the Muratorian Canon.
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In the Epistle to the Colossians, Paul countered the false teachings in Colossae by emphasizing the divinity, saving mission, and preeminence of Jesus Christ (see Colossians –23).
He taught that Christ is the very image of God the Father, the Creator, the Head of the Church, the first to be resurrected, and the Redeemer. Colossians was one of the four Captivity Epistles written by St. Paul during his first imprisonment in Rome -- the other three being Ephesians, Philemon and they were written in prison is stated in the Epistles themselves.
The writer mentions his "chain" and his "bonds" (Eph., vi, 20, Coloss., iv, 3; 18; Philip., i, 7, 13, 17); he names his fellow prisoners (Coloss., iv, Download the epistle to the colossians and the epistle to philemon or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.
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The Epistles To The. Colossians In this beautiful passage, Paul calls the Christians in Colosse to accept Christ and receive his peace. What can we learn from Colossians.
Although you might not feel tempted by gnosticism or the specific heresies described here, this letter is remarkably relevant to us today. Introductory Remarks Because of the rising tide of human philosophies confronting us today, no New Testament book speaks with more relevancy than does the epistle to the Colossians.
Not only do we live in an atomic and space age, but in the most technologically advanced age of all time. As in the past, this is a day where, duped by the age-old lie of Satan, man still continues. The Letter to the Colossians (New International Commentary on the New Testament (NICNT)) Scot McKnight.
out of 5 stars 7. Hardcover. $ Colossians, Philemon (NIV Application Commentary) David E. Garland. Reviews: 16 And when this epistle is read among you, cause that it be read also in the church of the Laodiceans; and that ye likewise read the epistle from Laodicea. 17 And say to Archippus, Take heed to the ministry which thou hast received in the Lord, that thou fulfil it.
18 The salutation by the hand of me Paul. Remember my bonds. Epistle To The Colossians. Was written by Paul, from Rome, A. The occasion of the letter was the intelligence brought him by Epaphras, Colossiansrespecting the internal state of the church, which apparently he himself had not yet visited, Colossiansthough familiar with their history and affairs, Acts Some Jewish philosopher professing.
The Epistle to the Colossians and the Epistle to Philemon. Westminister Commentaries Lewis Bostock Radford  Main Navigation. About; Hosted Material ; Introductions; Bible; Old Testament ; New Testament ; People ; Book Description Title: The Epistle to the Colossians and the Epistle to Philemon.
Westminister Commentaries Author: Lewis Pages: The Epistle to Philemon is the fifty-seventh book in the Christian Bible, and the eighteenth in the New everyone agrees that letter was written by the Saint Paul to Philemon.
It is the shortest of Paul's letters, consisting of only words in the Greek text. Introduction to Philemon AUTHOR: PAUL, the apostle of Jesus Christ (Phm 1,9,19) PLACE OF WRITING: ROME, about the same time the epistle to the Colossians was written.
This deduction is based upon the following: Like the epistle to the Colossians, the epistle to Philemon was written when Paul was in chains (Phm 1,10,13,23). Bruce begins The Epistles to The Colossianss, To Philemon, & to The Ephesians [NICNT] is a broad commentary covering the origins, authorship, circumstances, and text of each letter.
Bruce pays particular attention to the geographical issues related to each letter, while also noting the Jewish influences and the theological issues brought out in each book, both abstract (Colossians /5(6).
1) Philemon, the father 2) Apphia, the mother 3) Archippus, the son d. It is possible that Archippus served as the preacher at Colosse - cf. Co 3.
Onesimus a. He was Philemon’s slave who had run away, found by Paul in Rome, and was converted b. He was being sent back to Philemon (cf. the epistle to Philemon), along with the letter to.
F.F. Bruce's commentary on the epistles to Colossians, Philemon, and Ephesians in the New International Commentary series is a valuable asset to any student of biblical theology, pastor, or layman.
The late author's own admission was to study and write so that he should gain a better understanding of "what is involved in the interpretation of /5. The Epistle to the Colossians, usually referred to as Colossians, is the twelfth book of the New Testament in the is an epistle or letter written by Paul to Christians in the city of Colossae near Laodicea in western Asia.
The message is very similar to that of the epistle to the Ephesians, which was delivered by the same man, Paul's coworker s: God Paul. Earle Ellis, "The Epistle to the Colossians," in The Wycliffe Bible Commentary, p.
Lightfoot, St. Paul's Epistles to the Colossians and to Philemon, p. 3For a fuller history of Judaism and Christianity in the Lycus Valley, see Lightfoot, pp.
Philemon and his family lived in Colossae, and the Colossian church met at his house. Paul wrote his letter to the Colossians at the same time he wrote to Philemon. In that letter, Paul mentioned that Onesimus would be coming home. Paul gave both letters to Tychicus and Onesimus to carry back to Philemon (Colossians ).
The one section of the epistle which may be treated as non-Pauline in the sense that Paul has taken it over and embodied it in the letter is the rich Christological passage,on which the present writer has concluded (“An Early Christian Hymn: Col ,” EQ, XXXVI, 4, , ): the vv.
embody “an early Christian tribute. By carefully comparing this epistle with the one to the Colossians, it is clear that both were written at the same time and from the same place a.
Like Colossians, the epistle to Philemon was written while Paul was in chains - Phile 1, 10,13,23; Co b. Timothy joined Paul in both epistle - Phile 1; Co Philemon provides the much-needed context for the background of Colossians. In fact, when we see Onesimus’ name in Colossianswe’re reminded that he is a flesh-and-blood person with a story.
His inclusion in Paul’s letter is even more earth-shattering when one considers the tremendous personal cost to Onesimus in daring to even show. In his letter, Paul corrected them by teaching that redemption comes only through Christ and that we are to be wise and serve Him.
Chapter 1 is Paul’s greeting to the Colossians. Chapters 2–3 are doctrinal and contain statements on Christ as the Redeemer, the danger of false worship, and the importance of the Resurrection. The missing epistle to the Laodiceans, this epistle is actually entitled the Book of Philemon.
These verses connect it. Colossians Salute the brethren which are in Laodicea, and Nymphas, and the church which is in his house. 16 And when this epistle is read among you, cause that it be read also in the church of the Laodiceans; and that ye likewise read the epistle .Previous | Index | Next >> THE EPISTLE TO PHILEMON Introduction To Philemon AUTHOR: PAUL, the apostle of Jesus Christ (1,9,19) PLACE OF WRITING: ROME, about the same time the epistle to the Colossians was written.
This deduction is based upon the following: 1) Like the epistle to the Colossians, the epistle to Philemon was written when Paul was in chains .