Philemon: Fellowship and Forgiveness

Mar 8, 2021
Apostolon Onesim

Paul’s letter to Philemon is different than most of his other epistles. Instead of writing a long, multi-layered argument to a group of people, he’s writing to one person, mostly about a single topic—forgiving someone who has wronged him. So, what does it look like for Paul to urge his encourage his friend to pursue Christlikeness? Let’s find out.

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