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Commentary on Saint Paul"s first letter to the Thessalonians and the letter to the Philippians
|Statement||by Thomas Aquinas ; translated by F.R. Larcher and Michael Duffy.|
|Series||Aquinas scripture series -- v.3|
|Contributions||Thomas, Aquinas, Saint, 1225?-1274.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||122 p. --|
|Number of Pages||122|
THE FIRST LETTER TO THE THESSALONIANS. When Paul parted from Barnabas (Acts –41) at the beginning of what is called his second missionary journey, he chose Silvanus (Silas) as his traveling afterwards he took Timothy along with him (Acts –3).Paul was now clearly at the head of his own missionary band. 1 Paul, Silvanus and Timothy, to the Church in Thessalonica which is in God the Father and the Lord Jesus Christ. Grace to you and peace. 2 We always thank God for you all, mentioning you in our prayers continually. 3 We remember before our God and Father how active is the faith, how unsparing the.
The Pauline epistles, also called Epistles of Paul or Letters of Paul, are the thirteen books of the New Testament attributed to Paul the Apostle, although the authorship of some is in these epistles are some of the earliest extant Christian documents. They provide an insight into the beliefs and controversies of early part of the canon of the New Testament, they. THE FIRST EPISTLE OF PAUL THE APOSTLE TO THE THESSALONIANS Commentary by A. R. Faussett. INTRODUCTION. The AUTHENTICITY of this Epistle is attested by Irenæus [Against Heresies, ], quoting 1Th ; Clement of Alexandria [The Instructor, ], quoting 1Th ; Tertullian [On the Resurrection of the Flesh, 24], quoting 1Th ; Caius in Eusebius' Ecclesiastical .
The Letter of St. Paul to the Philippians - Φιλιππησίους - is one of his 4 Captivity Letters, along with Ephesians (which precedes it), Colossians (which follows it), and Philemon in the New Testament of the Bible. St. Paul established the first Christian community at Philippi in Europe on his Second Missionary Journey (Acts - ). In Paul's letter to the Thessalonians, he talks about the "dead in Christ." Who are they? A: Thanks for your question to us here at is an interesting Bible quote, and one that echoes Urantia Book teachings about life after death.
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Commentary on Saint Paul's First letter to the Thessalonians and the letter to the Philippians. Albany, N.Y., Magi Books  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Thomas, Aquinas Saint; Fabian R Larcher; Michael J Duffy.
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This short letter expands on one of the subjects Paul addressed in his first letter to this community. The Thessalonians may have responded to his first letter with questions that needed further answers; Paul also mentions hearing reports of problematic behavior by some in the church, which he felt obligated to correct.
Paul’s Letter to the Philippians 3 Leader’s Summary: Miles O’Neill Welcome to Paul’s letter to the Philippians. This Epistle is a powerful book to study as a group because it is written to a group yet with a very personal tone. I am excited that you are taking the time to lead others through it.
I call this the “fight club” book. How encouraging it must have been for the Thessalonians to read those words. First Thessalonians is a short letter, and much of it is comprised of Paul’s personal words of encouragement.
When the letter takes a turn into doctrine and instruction, it is to briefly address two major issues. First Thessalonians –12 and 2 Thessalonians –16 address work directly.  Scholars continue to debate precisely what led to the problem of idleness at Thessalonica.
While we are most concerned to hear how Paul wants the problem solved, it will be helpful to make some suggestions as to how the problem might have arisen in the first place. Letters of Paul to the Thessalonians, two New Testament letters written by Paul from Corinth, Greece, about ad 50 and addressed to the Christian community he had founded in Macedonia.
The first letter was written after Timothy, his co-worker, returned from Thessalonia to report that the new. The Epistle to the Philippians, commonly referred to as Philippians, is a Pauline epistle of the New Testament of the Christian epistle is attributed to Paul the Apostle and a co-author named Timothy, and is addressed to the Christian church in Philippi.
Paul and Silas first visited Philippi in Greece during Paul's second missionary journey, which occurred between approximately The First Letter of St. Paul to the Thessalonians, Chapter 5. 1 But of the times and moments, brethren, you need not, that we should write to you; 2 For yourselves know perfectly, that the day of the Lord shall so come, as a thief in the night.
3 For when they shall say, peace and security; then shall sudden destruction come upon them, as the. The First Epistle to the Thessalonians, commonly referred to as First Thessalonians or 1 Thessalonians, is a Pauline epistle of the New Testament of the Christian epistle is attributed to Paul the Apostle, and is addressed to the church in Thessalonica, in modern-day is likely the first of Paul's letters, probably written by the end of AD 52 (however, some scholars believe.
Commentary on Paul’s Letter to the Philippians by J.B. Lightfoot Decem January 4, by Rob J.B. Lightfoot’s commentary on Philippians has been continuously in print for years – surely proof of its enduring value for Bible students. The First Letter of St.
Paul to the Thessalonians - Θεσσαλονικεῖς Α - may have been the first written letter of the New Testament of the Bible, and was composed about 51 Thessalonians is preceded by Paul's Letter to the Colossians, and followed by his Second Letter to the Thessalonians and the Pastoral Letters, First Timothy, Second Timothy, and Titus.
PAUL'S LETTER TO THE PHILIPPIANS. PHIL. This marvelous epistle begins, as Paul usually begins, with a salutation followed by thanksgiving and supplication upon behalf of the readers.
The first chapter also records Paul's remarkable soliloquy. As pointed out in the Introduction, it is useless to divide this letter in the pattern of a. Title: Commentary on the Letters of Saint Paul to the Philippians, Colossians, Thessalonians, Timothy, Titus, and Philemon (Latin-English Edition) By: Saint Thomas Aquinas Translated By: Fabian R.
Larcher Format: Imitation Leather Number of Pages: Vendor: Aquinas Institute Publication Date: Dimensions: X X (inches) Weight: 3 pounds 6 ouncesPages: The first letter he sent to the Thessalonians caused some confusion and so he followed it with a second letter.
Paul arrived at Thessalonica, accompanied by Silas, in the course of his second apostolic journey (A.D. 49 – 52), probably in the summer of the year 50 A.D. (cf Acts ). From May to AugustI wrote a commentary on Paul’s First Letter to the Thessalonians.
The fourth online Bible Junkies Commentary, which begins with this post, will be a. This fascinating little commentary covers Philippians ( pages), Colossians ( pages), and 1 & 2 Thessalonians (51 pages). The reader should expect a paragraph (average of about verses) followed by roughly a page or two of explanation and by: 4.
The church in Thessalonica. Paul and Silas had to flee from Thessalonica because they were in danger. Now Paul was concerned that new church would lose faith because of all the hardships and tribulations they were suffering due to their conversion.
Thus Paul wrote them a letter of encouragement, praise and instructions to strengthen their faith. Paul sent the letter with Timothy.
THE LETTER TO THE PHILIPPIANS. Philippi, in northeastern Greece, was a city of some importance in the Roman province of Macedonia. Lying on the great road from the Adriatic coast to Byzantium, the Via Egnatia, and in the midst of rich agricultural plains near the gold deposits of Mt.
Pangaeus, it was in Paul’s day a Roman town (), with a Greek-Macedonian population and a small group of Jews. This is the eleventh entry in the online commentary on 1 Thessalonians. In the first entry I began by looking at introductory matters, comprised of comments on the nature of a Greco-Roman letter and the background of Paul’s activity in Thessalonica, which we know primarily from Acts of the Apostles and partially from Paul’s letters.
Php Paul and Timotheus, servants of Jesus Christ — St. Paul, writing familiarly to the Philippians, does not style himself an apostle. And under the common title of servants, he tenderly and modestly joins with himself his son Timothy, who had attended him in his general travels in those parts, had come with him to Philippi, not long after the apostle had received him, (Acts Philippians is one of Paul’s shortest letters and one of the smallest books in the New Testament but there are such powerful teachings in this little dynamo.
Check out this commentary, summary and key verses from the book of Philiipians.The church at Philippi was the first church to be founded by Paul on European soil.  Described as a “Captivity Letter,” Paul’s Letter to the Philippians is written in a personal, intimate style to a Christian community very dear to his heart.
 The letter begins with a greeting, followed by an act of thanksgiving.