colossians and philemon robert wall ivp new testament commentary series volume 12

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  • Cover Type:
  • 225 Pages
  • Publisher: InterVarsity Press
  • Publication Date: April 2010
  • ISBN: SWALLROWCOLOSSIANSAMPPHILEMO9780830840120

Colossians & Philemon (IVP New Testament Commentary)

Wall, Robert W.


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To the Colossians, preoccupied with legal codes and intellectual disputes, Paul wrote a letter stressing not only the centrality of Christ but also the need for Christians to live out their faith in genuine community. Paul's antidote to a privatized and intellectualized faith will provide relief to many Christians today.

To Philemon, a powerful church leader, Paul wrote a strong personal letter asking him to embark on a new relationship with his slave Onesimus. As a model for conflict resolution and mutual relations within the Christian community, Paul's letter has much to offer the church today.

Throughout this commentary, Robert W. Wall explains what each letter meant to its original hearers and its application for us today.

Robert W. Wall headshot

Robert W. Wall (ThD, Dallas Theological Seminary) is professor of biblical studies at Seattle Pacific University in Seattle, Washington. He is also the author of Revelation in the New International Biblical Commentary series.

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Publisher's Description

To the Colossians, preoccupied with legal codes and intellectual disputes, Paul wrote a letter stressing not only the centrality of Christ but also the need for Christians to live out their faith in genuine community. Paul's antidote to a privatized and intellectualized faith will provide relief to many Christians today.

To Philemon, a powerful church leader, Paul wrote a strong personal letter asking him to embark on a new relationship with his slave Onesimus. As a model for conflict resolution and mutual relations within the Christian community, Paul's letter has much to offer the church today.

Throughout this commentary, Robert W. Wall explains what each letter meant to its original hearers and its application for us today.

Robert W. Wall headshot

Robert W. Wall (ThD, Dallas Theological Seminary) is professor of biblical studies at Seattle Pacific University in Seattle, Washington. He is also the author of Revelation in the New International Biblical Commentary series.

  • Cover Type:
  • 225 Pages
  • Publisher: InterVarsity Press
  • Publication Date: April 2010
  • ISBN: SWALLROWCOLOSSIANSAMPPHILEMO9780830840120