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Philippians : a commentary / by Paul A. Holloway ; edited by Adela Yarbro Collins.

By: Holloway, Paul A, 1955- [author.].
Contributor(s): Collins, Adela Yarbro [editor.].
Material type: TextTextSeries: Hermeneia--a critical and historical commentary on the Bible: Publisher: Minneapolis : Fortress Press, [2017]Copyright date: ©2017Description: xxx, 256 pages ; 25 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780800660963; 080066096X.Subject(s): Bible. Philippians -- CommentariesLOC classification: BS2705.53 | .H64 2017
Contents:
Introduction. Some prefatory remarks on ancient consolation ; Literary integrity of canonical Philippians ; Place and date of writing ; Rhetorical situation ; Genre : Philippians as a letter of consolation ; The disposition of the letter ; Key religious topoi : Excursus ; Text -- Commentary. Letter prescript 1:1-2 ; Exordium : Paul's affection and prayers for the Philippians 1:3-11 ; Excursus: Epicurean consolation ; Excursus : Seneca Epistulae morales 107.1 and Philippians 1:9-10a ; The body of the letter : things that really matter and other consolatory arguments 1:12 -- 4:1. First consolatory argument : the progress of the Gospel 1:12-18b ; Second consolatory argument : Paul's final salvation 1:18c-21 ; Third consolatory argument (begun) : Paul's acquittal and return 1:22-26 ; Hortatory digression : live in a manner worthy of the Gospel 1:27 -- 2:16. Introductory exhortation and First targeted exhortation 1:27-30 ; Second targeted exhortation 2:1-4 ; The example of Christ 2:5-11 ; Third targeted exhortation 2:12-16 ; Third consolatory argument (concluded : Paul's noble death 2:17-18 ; Fourth consolatory argument : promise to send Timothy 2:19-24 ; Fifth consolatory argument : Epaphroditus's recovery and return 2:25-30 ; Sixth consolatory argument : suffering leads to the "knowledge of Christ" 3:1-4:1. Introductory sentence and First rhetorical comparison 3:1-3 ; Second rhetorical comparison 3:4-11 ; Self-correction 3:12-16 ; Concluding exhortation and final sentence 3:17 -- 4:1 ; Peroration : parenesis and consolation 4:2-9 ; A post-scripted expression of thanks 4:10-20 ; Final greetings and prayer 4:21-23.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages xxi-xxx and 193-208) and indexes.

Introduction. Some prefatory remarks on ancient consolation ; Literary integrity of canonical Philippians ; Place and date of writing ; Rhetorical situation ; Genre : Philippians as a letter of consolation ; The disposition of the letter ; Key religious topoi : Excursus ; Text -- Commentary. Letter prescript 1:1-2 ; Exordium : Paul's affection and prayers for the Philippians 1:3-11 ; Excursus: Epicurean consolation ; Excursus : Seneca Epistulae morales 107.1 and Philippians 1:9-10a ; The body of the letter : things that really matter and other consolatory arguments 1:12 -- 4:1. First consolatory argument : the progress of the Gospel 1:12-18b ; Second consolatory argument : Paul's final salvation 1:18c-21 ; Third consolatory argument (begun) : Paul's acquittal and return 1:22-26 ; Hortatory digression : live in a manner worthy of the Gospel 1:27 -- 2:16. Introductory exhortation and First targeted exhortation 1:27-30 ; Second targeted exhortation 2:1-4 ; The example of Christ 2:5-11 ; Third targeted exhortation 2:12-16 ; Third consolatory argument (concluded : Paul's noble death 2:17-18 ; Fourth consolatory argument : promise to send Timothy 2:19-24 ; Fifth consolatory argument : Epaphroditus's recovery and return 2:25-30 ; Sixth consolatory argument : suffering leads to the "knowledge of Christ" 3:1-4:1. Introductory sentence and First rhetorical comparison 3:1-3 ; Second rhetorical comparison 3:4-11 ; Self-correction 3:12-16 ; Concluding exhortation and final sentence 3:17 -- 4:1 ; Peroration : parenesis and consolation 4:2-9 ; A post-scripted expression of thanks 4:10-20 ; Final greetings and prayer 4:21-23.

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