Philippians 1:1 (NIV): “Paul and Timothy, servants of Christ Jesus, to all God’s holy people in Christ Jesus at Philippi, together with the overseers and deacons.”
QUICK SNAPSHOT OF TODAY’S BIBLE PODCAST:
There’s ONE word that Paul uses in Philippians 1:1 to identify himself, BUT the translators thought the word was too controversial so they changed it. 🤷♀️
Listen to today’s episode and uncover what Paul was really trying to tell us.
IN ONLY 3-MINUTES YOU WILL DISCOVER:
- Why Paul doesn’t describe himself as an “apostle” in the opening of his letter like he did in the 3 other prison epistles written around the same time
- The ONE word Paul uses in the original Greek language that translators thought was too controversial and changed it
- The one other place in the letter of Philippians this controversial word is used and who it describes
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