Philippians, Epistle to the

Philippians, Epistle to the, an Epistle of Paul written at Rome during his imprisonment there to a church at Philippi, in Macedonia, that had been planted by himself, and the members of which were among the first-fruits of his ministry in Europe. The occasion of writing it was the receipt of a gift from them, and to express the joy it gave him as a token of their affection. It is the least dogmatic of all his Epistles, and affords an example of the Apostle's statement of Christian truth to unbiased minds; one exhortation, however, shows he is not blind to the rise of an evil which has been the bane of the Church of Christ since the beginning, the spirit of rivalry, and this is evident from the prominence he gives in chapter ii. 5-8 to the self-sacrificing lowliness of Christ, and by the counsel he gives them in chapter iv. 8.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Philippi * Philippic
Philip of Macedon
Philip II.
Philip IV.
Philip VI.
Philip II.
Philip V.
Philip the Bold
Philip the Good
Philiphaugh
Philippi
Philippians, Epistle to the
Philippic
Philippine Islands
Philips, Ambrose
Philips, John
Philips, Katherine
Philistine
Philistines
Phillip, John
Phillips, Wendell
Philo Judæus

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