Philippians and Galatians
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Paperback / softback
Publisher: Westminster/John Knox Press,U.S.
The letters to the Philippians and to the Galatians both illustrate the passion and intensity of Paul's writing. The letter to the Philappians is perhaps Paul's warmest letter, using the language of partnership, joy and humility. Galatians, in contrast, reveals frustion and anger and lacks the expression of thanksgiving typically found near the beginning of Paul's letters. Together these writings provide a compelling portrait of a theologian of rare power and insight whose legacy continues to spark lively debate in the church today.