Cambridge Greek Testament for Schools and Colleges: Philippians
Cambridge University Press 1897–2012
Moule’s introduction to the Greek text of Philippians includes chapters on Paul’s connection with the town of Philippi, the date and occasion of the Epistle, and its authenticity. Moule includes a fascinating comparison of Paul’s Epistle and Polycarp’s Epistle to the Philippians, providing insightful observations about their language and style.
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- Contains a general and Greek index
- Includes a detailed introduction by the author
- Provides intelligent exploration that delves into the nature of Philippians
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- Title: Cambridge Greek Testament for Schools and Colleges: Philippians
- Author: H. C. G. Moule
- Series: Cambridge Greek Testament for Schools and Colleges
- Publisher: Cambridge University Press
- Publication Date: 1897
- Pages: 175
About H. C. G. Moule
H. C. G. Moule (1841–1920) was the son of the vicar of Fordington, Dorchester, and was educated at home prior to attending Cambridge. He was ordained in 1867 and was curate at Fordington before being appointed as dean of Trinity College, Cambridge, 1873 to 1876. During his tenure at Cambridge he became first principal of Ridley Hall Theological College, in 1881, and Norrisian Professor of Divinity in 1899. In 1901, he succeeded B. F. Westcott as Bishop of Durham.