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Philemon: Key Themes and Purpose

In his letter to Philemon, Paul encourages Philemon to receive his runaway slave, Onesimus, back not just as a fellow believer in Christ, but as a partner in Christian ministry akin to Philemon’s relationship to Paul. 19 more words

Seminary Studies

Lesson Seven Continued

COLOSSIANS – correction

Colossae had been an important city on the trade route between Ephesus on the Aegean Sea and the Euphrates River but in Paul’s day it had become a small market town. 941 more words

Bible Studies

Don’t let mistakes keep you from progressing but look at them as opportunity for greatness

Psalm 139:13-14(AMP) 13 For You did form my inward parts; You did knit me together in my mother’s womb. 14 I will confess and praise You for You are fearful and wonderful and for the awful wonder of my birth! 639 more words

Daily Word Posts

Review of The Wild Piano: A Philemon Adventure

The Wild Piano: A Philemon Adventure by Fred and published by TOON Graphics on May 5, 2015. Originally published in French by Dargaud in 1973. Hardcover sized 7.75 x 10 inches. 844 more words

Book Review

Colossians and Philemon (EGGNT), by Murray Harris

This week’s Book Review is on Colossians and Philemon (Exegetical Guide to the Greek New Testament), by Murray J. Harris (Nashville: B&H Academic, 2010). 710 more words

Book Reviews

Philemon: Reconciliation & Experiencing All of Christ

Philemon is about reconciliation and relationships between Christians. Onesimus (which means “useful”) was a slave of a believer named Philemon in Colossae. Apparently Onesimus had stolen from Philemon and fled.

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Spiritual Theology