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Philippians : a new translation with introduction and commentary

Author: John Henry Paul Reumann
Publisher: New Haven : Yale University Press, ©2008.
Series: Bible., v. 33B.
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In Philippians John Reumann offers both classical approaches and new methods of understanding this New Testament book. With fresh commentary on the social world and rhetorical criticism, and a special focus on the contributions of the Philippian house churches to Paul's work and early Christian mission, Reumann clarifies Paul's attitudes toward and interactions with the Philippians." "Departing from traditional  Read more...
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Bible. N.T. Philippians. English. Reumann. 2008.
Philippians.
New Haven : Yale University Press, ©2008
(OCoLC)777307503
Named Person: Paulus, Apostel; Paulus (Apostel).
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: John Henry Paul Reumann
ISBN: 9780300140453 0300140452
OCLC Number: 299181687
Description: xxiv, 805 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Contents: 1. Prescript (Address, Salutation), 1:1-2 --
2. Prooimion (Prayer Report, Thanksgiving and Intercession), 1:3-11 --
The Body of the Letter 1:12-4:20 --
Letter B, Body, 1:12-3:1 --
3. Narratio (Paul Describes the Situation Where He Is), 1:12-18c --
4. Narratio, Continued (Paul's Expectations, as He Weighs the Balance: To Stay on in Service), 1:18d-26 --
Excursus A: "With Christ" (1:23) and Eschatology p. 239 5. Paraenesis (Propositio, with Reasons for the Admonitions), 1:27-30 --
6. Paraenesis (Exhortatio with Further Reasons for the Comfort and Admonitions), 2:1-4 --
7. The Philippians' Encomium, applied by Paul to Christian Life in Philippi, 2:5-11 --
Excursus B: The Message about Jesus Christ's Humilitation and God's Exalting Him to Lordship (2:6-11) --
8. Paraenesis (Exhortatio, with Further Reasons for the Comfort and Admonitions), 2:12-18 --
9. Travel Plans for Mission and Some Paraenesis, 2:19-30 --
10. Toward Concluding Paraenesis, 3:1 --
Letter C, Body, 3:2-21 --
11. A Brusque Warning: "Circumcision" and Us, 3:2-4a --
12. Saul the Pharisee, Paul "In Christ": Autobiographical Instruction on Law, Righteousness, Resurrection, and More, 3:4b-11 --
13. Paul and the Philippians: Running Toward the Goal, but Not Perfected, 3:12-16 --
14. The Pauline Model Versus Enemies of Christ's Cross: Future Change, Proper Glory, 3:17-21 --
15. Concluding Paraenesis (with Letter Closing), 4:1-9 --
Letter A, Body; Canonical Philippians Body Conclusions, 4:10-20 --
16. Friendship, Thanks, and God, 4:10-20 --
Letter Closing 4:21-23 --
17. Epistolary Postscript (Greetings, Benediction), 4:21-23.
Series Title: Bible., v. 33B.
Other Titles: Bible.
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Responsibility: John Reumann.

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