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  • Author:
    Joseph A. Fitzmyer
  • ISBN:
    038549629X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0385496292
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    Anchor Bible; 1st edition (December 5, 2000)
  • Pages:
    160 pages
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The Letter to Philemon book. Hardcover, 138 pages. Published December 5th 2000 by Anchor Bible (first published 2000).

The Letter to Philemon book. The apostle Paul's letter to his friend and fellow Christian. 038549629X (ISBN13: 9780385496292).

Publication: New York : Doubleday, 2000Description: 138 . SBN: 0-385-49629-X. Series: The Anchor BibleDewey: 22. 6 A539Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references. Филимону - Комментарии, Bible. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title.

The apostle Paul's letter to his friend and fellow Christian Philemon, which focuses on the question of slavery, has long inspired debate

Fitzmyer, Joseph A. (edt). ISBN 10: 030014055X ISBN 13: 9780300140552. The apostle Paul's letter to his friend and fellow Christian Philemon, which focuses on the question of slavery, has long inspired debate. Onesimus, one of Philemon's slaves and a Christian himself, has left his master's house and sought refuge with Paul.

The Anchor Bible series is a bit uneven, but some of the volumes are magisterial - including Fitzmyer on Luke and Raymond Brown on John and the Johannine Epistles. Very much worth the effort to find.

Joseph A. Fitzmyer, ., and Roland E. Murphy, . arm. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, 1990, pp. 811–812. Paul Foster, "Ignatius of Antioch," in Gregory and Tuckett (eds), (2005), The Reception of the NT in the Apostolic Fathers, OUP, . 85. Michael W. Holmes, in Gregory and Tuckett (eds), (2005), The Reception of the NT in the Apostolic Fathers, OUP, . 26. "Origen on the Canon".

The Letter to Philemon Joseph A. Fitzmyer. Series: Anchor Yale Bible Categories: Philemon Tags: PastoralTechnical. Pages: 138 Publisher: Yale University Press Published: 2000 ISBN-10: 030014055X ISBN-13: 9780300140552. Princeton Seminary December 2, 2017 5 5.

Letter to Philemon by Joseph A. The Acts of the Apostles. Hebrews by Craig R. Koester. The Letter of James by Luke T. Johnson. Author: Joseph A.

Find nearly any book by Joseph A. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. by Joseph A. Fitzmyer, Roland Murphy. ISBN 9780225665888 (978-0-225-66588-8) Hardcover, Bloomsbury Academic, 1990.

Like his magisterial Anchor Bible commentaries on Romans, Luke, ans the Acts of the Apostles, Fitzmyer's commentary on the Letter to Philemon represents the finest of modern biblical scholarship.

Vosho
Much more detailed than I expected, which I like very much.
Unsoo
I did enjoy this commentary. For readers who are unaware, Fitzmyer is a Roman Catholic but I did not find his tradition really coming out (for instance, his interaction of the word "saints" in Philemon is interpreted to refer to believers in general, not SAINTS, and he did not have any further discussion about that point of saints and SAINTS). In the past I have used various commentaries from this series and I think this volume is one of the better ones (there are some whacky ones in this series). I read this work primarily for my exegetical preparation for preaching, so in terms of it's usefulness for the exegete I thought that this work was worthwhile in terms of the materials for the readers to interact with, though I feel that there was more that Fitzmyer could have said. By saying that this work is worthwhile, I do not mean that I agree with every interpretative decision made by the author, only that they were not outrageous or out of bounds where he landed. From time to time there were historical, lexical, grammatical and syntactical insights that I gained about the Greek text from reading Fitzmyer, that I didn't not see on my own.
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