Discoursing on the composition, message, and authorship of the Epistle to the Philippians, J. B. Gough Pidge provides concise commentary and exhortation on the text. Pidge inquires in semantic and inherent meaning of the text, in order to provide a strict interpretation of the text.
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This commentary is brief, clear, comprehensive, ever developing the views of the apostle presents.
—American Baptist Yearbook
J. B. Gough Pidge (1817–1886) was educated at Newton Theological Institution before being ordained in 1869. Pidge became the pastor of Fourth Baptist Church in Philadelphia. He later graduated from Bucknell University with a doctorate of divinity.