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Die Beziehungen Zwischen Paulus Und Der Philippergemeinde Nach Dem Philipperbrief

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This chapter presents an overview on the relationship between the Paul and Philippians municipality based on Philippians letter. The Phil section 4.10 to 20 is the oldest known surviving authentic source on the relationship between Paul and the church in Philippi. The chapter discusses the compilation of Paul's letters. The fulfillment of the outstanding balance of the benefits of Philippians is expressed by Paul in a prayer request. The compilation made in Philippi and editing of Philippians correspondence is an independent editorial and theological achievement of the Philippian church. The chapter examines the thanks letter Phil 4.10 to 20 as the key to understand the relationship between Paul and the Philippians municipality. It discusses the independence of the Apostle. Paul honors the Philippians with effusively friendly words. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Paul's letters; Philippian church; Philippians correspondence; Philippians letter; Philippians municipality



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