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A Mentor Commentary: Philippians
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A Mentor Commentary: Philippians


Mentor 2015

Runs on Windows, Mac and mobile.


Christians throughout the centuries have loved Paul’s letter to the Philippians for its call to rejoice in the gospel of Jesus Christ regardless of life’s circumstances. But our familiarity with the letter can cause us to neglect or overlook Paul’s message to the Philippians. Matthew Harmon, in keeping with the aims of the Mentor Commentary series, provides an uplifting and inspiring commentary that brings context and application to this wonderful book, unfolding its rich theology and powerful teaching.

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Key Features

  • Accessible to all readers
  • Examines Philippians in an expositional and exegetical format
  • Provides context and application for the book of Philippians


  • The Progress of the Gospel (1:1–26)
  • Living As Kingdom Citizens in a Manner Worthy of the Gospel (1:27–4:3)
  • Growth and Gratitude in the Gospel (4:4–23)

Praise for the Print Edition

I commend his work to students, teachers, and preachers who seek better to understand this important letter of Paul.

Douglas Moo, Blanchard Professor of Nee Testament, Wheaton College

[A] fresh and faithful reading of Philippians that will be a powerful help to all who preach and teach the Word.

—James M. Hamilton Jr., professor of biblical theology, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

[E]xplains Paul’s letter clause by clause, traces Paul’s argument, reads Paul’s argument in light of the rest of the Bible, and applies the letter to people today.

Andy Naselli, assistant professor of New Testament and biblical theology, Bethlehem College and Seminary

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About Matthew Harmon

Matthew Harmon is professor of New Testament Studies at Grace Theological Seminary, Winona Lake, Indiana.

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