It’s no secret that Paul had great affection for the church in Philippi. He even says that "God can testify how I long for all of you with the affection of Christ Jesus". Yet Paul also writes of his hardships—his time “in chains”—and the ways God used his struggles to advance the Gospel. Walvoord’s commentary on Philippians explains this important epistle for modern readers, and includes background information to Paul’s beloved church. It also contains an exposition of the kenotic hymn in Philippians 2.
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John F. Walvoord, long-time president of Dallas Theological Seminary, was one of the most prominent evangelical scholars of his generation. He is considered perhaps the world's foremost interpreter of biblical prophecy.