Philippians and Philemon: Date and Provenance

The recent of arguments for the traditional view that Philippians and Philemon were written from Rome are summarized, evaluated, and found to be less than compelling. Previous scholarship has not explored two lines of argument: the location of the two letters within the narrative world they project...

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Published in:The catholic biblical quarterly
Main Author: Boring, M. Eugene 1935-
Format: Electronic Article
Language:English
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Published: Catholic Biblical Association of America [2019]
In: The catholic biblical quarterly
Year: 2019, Volume: 81, Issue: 3, Pages: 470-494
Standardized Subjects / Keyword chains:B Philippians / Philemon / Dating / Place
IxTheo Classification:HC New Testament
Further subjects:B date
B Provenance
B Rome
B PHILEMON (Greek mythology)
B Philemon
B Bible
B Ephesus
B Philippians
B Ephesus (Extinct city)
B RELIGIOUS articles; Provenance
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Summary:The recent of arguments for the traditional view that Philippians and Philemon were written from Rome are summarized, evaluated, and found to be less than compelling. Previous scholarship has not explored two lines of argument: the location of the two letters within the narrative world they project and the pattern of deployment of the apostolic title and explicit citation of Scripture in relation to Paul's other letters. The results point to Ephesus as the more probable provenance of Philippians and Philemon.
ISSN:2163-2529
Contains:Enthalten in: The catholic biblical quarterly
Persistent identifiers:DOI: 10.1353/cbq.2019.0141