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by Jim Townsend

Download Colossians and Philemon: A runaway church and a runaway slave (Bible mastery series) eBook
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Jim Townsend
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But Paul sends the runaway slave back to his old master. The book of Philemon gives the Colossians (and us!) a tangible example of what that means. Onesimus is going to show up on Philemon’s doorstep with a note from Paul. The main thrust of the letter is to Philemon, an individual church leader, but the letter is also addressed to Apphia, Archippus, and the church in Philemon’s house. The epistle is clearly not a private note to Philemon: Paul is publicly addressing the matter. Speaking of tangible examples, you might read Philemon as a case study of how Paul’s teachings played out in real life1: In Romans, we see the divine mechanics of salvation.

False Teachers and a Runaway Slave Two crises in Colosse compel the Apostle Paul to write to the believers .

False Teachers and a Runaway Slave Two crises in Colosse compel the Apostle Paul to write to the believers there.

Its actual title was: Parts of the Holy Bible, selected for the use of the Negro Slaves, in the British West-India Islands. They were produced in England in the early 19th century for use in the British West Indies when they were colonies of the British Empire.

In this Bible study on Colossians & Philemon participants will be challenged to deal with dilemmas. False Teachers and a Runaway Slave Two crises in Colosse compel the Apostle Paul to write to the believers there, sharing his wisdom while in prison

In this Bible study on Colossians & Philemon participants will be challenged to deal with dilemmas. Also, through Paul's words he will refocus the attention to Christ and affirm the Christian lifestyle. Participants will be encouraged to apply God's word to their lives. False Teachers and a Runaway Slave Two crises in Colosse compel the Apostle Paul to write to the believers there, sharing his wisdom while in prison. First, Paul responds to false teachers who were belittling Christ, laying down rules, and boasting of secret knowledge. Then, Paul appeals to an individual believer, challenging him to imitate Christ by showing mercy to his slave who had run away.

a. This is a known imprisonment of Paul’s which allows for the events reflected in Colossians and Philemon.

It is unlikely that a runaway slave (Philemon) would have fled to Ephesus and remained there long enough to know Paul since it was no more than 100 miles away from Colossae. a. b. Acts supports Luke’s presence in Rome with Paul (the we sections; Acts 27:2ff). c. Paul was under house-arrest in Rome which would have allowed him visitors such as co-workers and Onesimus.

Chapter 4. 1 Masters, treat your slaves justly and fairly, realizing that you too have a Master in heaven. Prayer and Apostolic Spirit.

Runaway slave that was a well known orator against slavery? . You mean Philemon that is a book in the new testament and is about a slave named onesimus who had stolen from his master philemon and ran away

Runaway slave that was a well known orator against slavery? Frederick Douglass escaped from slavery and became a prominent abolitionist. He wrote three books about his experiences as an enslaved person. You mean Philemon that is a book in the new testament and is about a slave named onesimus who had stolen from his master philemon and ran away. he met paul in rome and became a christian and was willing to go back to his master to make everything right. Paul wrote a letter to Philemon explaining everything and to make things right.