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INSTE I:4 NT Week 9

The Prison Epistles

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Philippians 4:19 And my God will meet all your needs according to his glorious riches in Christ Jesus
What are the 4 Prison Epistles? Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, Philemon
Why was Paul so determined to visit Jerusalem know that imprisonment might await him? Because he saw the danger of a divided church between the Gentiles/Jews. He wanted to deliver the offering to unite them.
Why did Paul pay the expenses of the Nazarite vow for the 4 brothers in Jerusalem? To identify with the Jewish law. As a Jew, Paul voluntarily complied withe the law although he knew salvation was through Jesus.
Where was Paul imprisoned (2 places)? Caesarea & Rome
When and where were the Prison Epistles written? Rome, between 60-62 AD
The prominent doctrine of the Prison Epistles is Christology, which deals with The person and work of Jesus Christ
Also prominent in these epistles is the doctrine of the Church, that is, Ecclesiology
The twin epistles (also the Christological Epistles) are Ephesians and Colossians
The theme of Philemon is The significance of forgiveness
The outline of Ephesians 1. Doctrinal: Riches in Christ; 2. Practical: Walking in Christ
The outline of Philippians 1. Joy of Christ, our life; 2. Joy of Christ, our example; 3. Joy of Christ, our goal; 4. Joy of Christ, our sufficiency
The outline of Colossians 1. Doctrinal: Full of the knowledge of Christ; 2. Practical: Walking worthy of the Lord
Ephesians presents the Church of Christ: The Body of Christ
Colossians presents the Christ of the Church: The Head of the Church
Philemon was a member of the church in Colosse
The 2 prominent doctrines of the twin letters are Christology and ecclisiology
The theme of the Epistle to the Philippians is Joy of Christ
In what chapter is the spiritual armor found? Ephesians 6
On his 3rd missionary journey, Paul and his team ministered in Ephesus for 3 years
The only letter in which the word "church" refers to the universal Church instead of the local church is Ephesians
A circular letter sent to the churches in Asia Minor Ephesians
Epistle that deals with liberty and law Galatians
Created by: ymoseley
 

 



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