Originally delivered as a series of 49 sermons, Jean Daillé offers expository commentary on the text of Philippians. Moving verse-by-verse through the text, Daillé provides elucidation of historical context and intended pragmatic application.
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- Memoir of Jean Daillé
- Commentary on the text of Philippians
- Verse-by-verse exposition
Praise for the Print Edition
It has been found to be a volume of very great value and usefulness.
—The Home and Foreign Record of the Presbyterian Church
- Title: An Exposition of the Epistle of Saint Paul to the Philippians
- Author: Jean Daillé
- Publisher: Henry G. Bohn
- Publication Date: 1843
- Pages: 265
About Jean Daillé
Jean Daillé (1594–1670) studied philosophy and theology at Poitiers and Saumur in France. Daille went on to become the minister of the French Reformed Church in Charenton, France.