What is the meaning of the book of Philippians? What was the situation in the Philippian church? What is the value and significance of Philippians for us? In this commentary on the epistle to the Philippians, Eadie attempts to expose the personal connection between Paul and the Philippian church, identifying its ongoing implications. Like his other New Testament commentaries, A Commentary on the Greek Text of the Epistle of Paul to the Philippians contains detailed commentary, thorough exegesis, and a meticulous examination of the Greek text.
“No, the resolution was written at Rome in bonds, and after years of unparalleled toil and suffering. His past career had been signalized by stripes, imprisonment, deaths, shipwreck, and unnumbered perils, but he did not regret them. He had been ‘in weariness and painfulness, in watchings often, in hunger and thirst, in fastings often, in cold and nakedness,’ but his ardour was unchilled; and let him only be freed, and his life prolonged, and his motto still would be—‘For me to live is Christ.” (Page 51)
“The virtue lies in the gospel, not in the gospeller; in the exposition, and not in the expounder.” (Page 40)
“proofs. The confirmation resulted from the defence” (Page 16)