The Letter to the Philippians

Speaker(s): Bruce Milne
Date: May 10-21, 2010
Length: 17hr 11min
Product ID: RGDL4011S

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Philippians is without question the best-loved of Paul's letters. But the letter is, in general, poorly understood as a literary whole, a unified letter with a critical message, not only for its writer, imprisoned and facing possibly immanent death in Rome, or his Christian readers in the colony-city of Philippi, but for the people of God in today's often confusing and threatening world. It will be the aim of our study, through careful exegesis of the text, to uncover that message, and expose ourselves to its challengeu2014that of authentically relating our lives, both personally and corporately, to the supreme reality of all existence, the triune God in the person of Jesus Christ, God incarnate, crucified, risen, exalted, and returning.

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Bruce Milne was the Senior Pastor of First Baptist Church in Vancouver, British Columbia, from 1983 until his retirement in 2001. He now speaks and preaches throughout the world. He is author of many books, including The Book of Acts: Witnesses to the Ends of the Earth, Dynamic Diversity: Bridging Class, Age, Race and Gender in the Church, and We Belong Together: The Meaning of Fellowship.

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