Separated into a series of 19 expository discourses, the author recounts the importance of the Epistle to the Philippians on Christian doctrine. Objectifying Paul’s intent for the text as to exemplify Godly characteristics, Toller examines the exhortations found in the text.
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- 19 expository discourses on the Epistle to the Philippians
- Examines the exhortations found in the text
Praise for the Print Edition
The discourses, which extend to 19, are brief, clear, impressive, and eminently calculated to be useful. They abound in strokes of common sense, and indicate a wide acquaintance with human nature, and the actual working of human society.
—The Christian Witness and Church Members’ Magazine
- Title: Expository Discourses on the Epistle to the Philippians
- Author: Thomas Toller
- Publisher: John Snow
- Publication Date: 1855
- Pages: 335
About Thomas Toller
Thomas Toller (1732–1795) was educated at Plaisterers’ Hall in London before becoming the minister of Monkwell Street Chapel in London.