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Philippians

Photo Companion to the Bible
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Description:

The Photo Companion to the Bible is a unique collection of digital photographs that illustrate the biblical text verse by verse.

  • PowerPoint-based resource
  • Library of images provides broad selection
  • Created by a team of professors and scholars
  • Organized by chapter and verse
  • Each chapter is illustrated by 70–145 photographs
Features:
  • Photographs of places and artifacts related to Paul’s Epistle to the Philippians
  • Annotations explaining the image selection and background
  • All content easily edited and adapted for your own needs
  • Free lifetime updates
  • Generous copyright permissions
  • Satisfaction guaranteed
Highlights from Philippians:
  • Extensive photos and notes relating to the city of Philippi and its archaeological site
  • Illustrations demonstrating the nuance of meaning behind key words in Philippians
  • Examples of other ancient letters that give context to Paul’s epistolary format
  • Discussion surrounding the debate of where and when Paul wrote Philippians, with photos illustrating multiple views
  • Many artifacts and archaeological sites related to the Praetorian Guard and Roman prisoners
  • Shots of Torah scrolls showing the sources of Paul’s Old Testament references and allusions
  • Other ancient uses of the Greek word for “rejoice,” as well as Greco-Roman imagery illustrating joy
  • Ancient artifacts and modern scenes related to Judaism, illustrating Paul’s testimony
  • Greco-Roman remains pertaining to athletic competitions
Related:

About the authors: Dr. Christian Locatell is a Golda Meir postdoctoral fellow at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Dr. Steven Anderson is a career Bible scholar and teacher who earned his Ph.D. from Dallas Theological Seminary. Dr. Kris Udd is a pastor and has a Ph.D. in Old Testament Archaeology from Andrews University. Dr. Todd Bolen is Professor of Biblical Studies at The Master’s University.

Check out our other volumes in the series: Joshua, JudgesRuth1 Samuel, 2 Samuel, Esther, Psalm 23, Daniel, Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, Acts, Romans, 1 Corinthians, 2 Corinthians, Galatians, Ephesians, Colossians and Philemon, 1 & 2 Thessalonians, and 1 & 2 Timothy, Titus.

Free PowerPoint download: Philippians 4 (73 slides)

 Will deepen your understanding of the biblical text 

“The starting point for the faithful study of Scripture is understanding what the text meant within its original historical and cultural context. Among all the resources available for that task, there is nothing quite like The Photo Companion to Philippians. The hundreds of photos, along with clear and descriptive captions, enable one to visually engage the world of Paul and the Philippians in fresh and dynamic ways. Whether you are a pastor, a teacher, a missionary, a small group leader, or simply a student of the Bible, the Photo Companion to Philippians will deepen your understanding of the biblical text and enable you to invite others into that experience.”

Matthew S. Harmon, Professor of New Testament Studies, Grace College and Theological Seminary; author of Philippians: A Mentor Commentary

 My students appreciate it greatly 

“The Photo Companion to Philippians is a welcome and excellent resource for those wanting to bring Philippians alive to others. The images with explanations bring alive the letter, drawing the learner into the world of Paul and the Philippians with creativity and skill. At the time of writing this endorsement, I am teaching Philippians, using the material, and my students appreciate it greatly. By producing it as usable and editable PowerPoint files, even where the teacher disagrees with the translation choices or wants to make their audience aware of alternative options, the material can be amended. Further, the material can be voiced-over or music added. I unhesitantly endorse this superb resource and commend it to anyone teaching Philippians, including seminary lecturers and tutors, pastors, homegroup or youth group leaders; indeed, anyone wanting to familiarise themselves with the letter and pass its treasures on to others.”

Mark J. Keown, Senior Lecturer and Bible Lead at Laidlaw College; author of Philippians: Evangelical Exegetical Commentary

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