Philippians
Introductory

Philippians

An Introduction and Commentary

Tyndale New Testament Commentaries

Volume 11

by Jeannine K. Brown
Series edited by Eckhard J. Schnabel
Consulting Editor Nicholas Perrin

Philippians
paperback
  • Length: 240 pages
  • Dimensions: 5.5 × 8.25 in
  • Published: March 22, 2022
  •  Forthcoming
  • ISBN: 978-1-5140-0504-0
  • Item Code: A0504

The letter to the Philippians illuminates a warm relationship between the apostle Paul and the Philippian believers. Despite difficult situations being experienced on both sides, Paul finds ample reason to celebrate what God in Christ has done and is doing in the believers' lives.

Jeannine K. Brown's commentary on Philippians explores the themes of this epistle and how its message is still relevant to Christians in the twenty-first century. Brown shows how motifs of joy, contentment, and unity abound as Paul reminds the Philippians of the supreme value of knowing Jesus the Messiah, and she highlights their significance for shaping the contemporary church toward living more deeply in its identity in Christ.

This Tyndale New Testament commentary examines the text section-by-section—exploring the context in which it was written, providing thoughtful commentary on the letter to the Philippians, and then unpacking its theology. It will leave you with a thorough understanding of the content and structure of Paul's writing, as well as its meaning and continued relevance.

The Tyndale New Testament Commentaries are ideal resources for students and teachers of theology, as well as for preachers and individual Christians looking to delve deeper into the riches of Scripture. Insightful and comprehensive, Jeannine K. Brown's commentary on Philippians is a brilliant introduction that will give you a renewed appreciation for this rich Pauline epistle and a greater knowledge of why it is important to the Christian faith.

CONTENTS

General preface
Author’s preface
Abbreviations
Select bibliography

Introduction
1. Hermeneutical considerations
2. Historical matters
3. Literary matters
4. Theological messages and themes

Analysis
Commentary

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Jeannine K. Brown is professor of New Testament at Bethel Seminary in San Diego, California. Her books include Scripture as Communication, The Gospels as Stories, and biblical commentaries on the Gospel of Matthew. She is also a coeditor of the second edition of The Dictionary of Jesus and the Gospels.

Eckhard J. Schnabel

Eckhard J. Schnabel (PhD, University of Aberdeen) is Mary F. Rockefeller Distinguished Professor of New Testament Studies at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He has taught previously at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (Deerfield, Illinois), Freie Theologische Akademie (Giessen, Germany), and Asian Theological Seminary (Manila, Philippines). His books include Paul the Missionary and Jesus in Jerusalem: The Final Days.