Paul's Epistles to the Colossians and Philemon (Les épîtres de Paul aux Colossiens et à Philémon)
The young community of Colossi as the apostle Paul writes his epistle faces many false teachings. This is the reason why this epistle gives an important place to the biblical teachings. This is to help the members of the Church of Colossi to be assured in the correctness of the biblical teachings and to be able to refute the heresies which destabilize them.
Paul's letter to Philemon - rich Christian from the city of Colossi - and others, trafficking in a slave named Onesimus who fled from Philemon and who converted to the Christian faith. It is with tact, wisdom and humility that Paul writes to his friend Philemon to welcome Onesimus as a brother. Paul even offers to compensate Philemon for the damage Onesimus allegedly caused him.
Author: Daniel Furter
Collection: Evangelical Commentary on the Bible
Weight: 337 g
Release date: 1987
Dimensions: 13.3 x 21 cm