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Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Of Polycarp's life little is known, but that little is highly interesting. Irenaeus was his disciple, and tells us that "Polycarp was instructed by the apostles, and was brought into contact with many who had seen Christ" Adv.

Get A Copy. Kindle Edition , 26 pages. Published March 22nd first published More Details Other Editions 4. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about The Epistle of Polycarp to the Philippians , please sign up. How ancient is the source document of polycarp? See 1 question about The Epistle of Polycarp to the Philippians….

Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. It's okay. Just a ton of scriptures strung together with minimal application.

Only a few things were mentioned that I thought were worthy or writing down. Essentially a compilation of Scripture passages that was relevant to the audience at hand with minimal interjections and applications. This is perhaps one of the earliest documents outside the New Testament to survive.

I was impressed with the reliance on Scripture demonstrated in it and the fact that the writer saw the Apostles speaking in unison with each other. Polycarp has traditionally been associated with John; however, he speaks in highest terms regarding Paul. The modern critical positio Essentially a compilation of Scripture passages that was relevant to the audience at hand with minimal interjections and applications.

The modern critical positions that hold to a sharp difference between Paul and the original disciples of Jesus fail to reconcile their theory with the actual records of those who lived at that time. Oct 28, John Martindale rated it it was amazing Shelves: audiobook , christian. I read that the epistle is believed to be written between and AD. Within it was what seemed to be a number of references to Paul, and the Pastoral Epistles which critical scholars think was written well after Polycarp's epistle , he also quoted John's epistles, Jesus from the gospels and I caught what seemed a mention from Hebrews and maybe even James.

He considered it all to be scripture and gave praise for all of the apostles who laid down their lives for the gospels. Polycarp wrote th I read that the epistle is believed to be written between and AD. Polycarp wrote that we are saved by grace through faith, and also gave a strong call for holy living, exhorting the Philippians shun all covetousness and sin, he definitely didn't see grace and works in conflict with each other.

As the other reviewer mentioned, if it is indeed true that the Apostle John a pillar of the Jerusalem church discipled Polycarp, then it truly is significant that He expresses none of the bitter hatred and conflict that critical scholars like James Tabor claim was present in the early church. Jan 25, Philip Mcduffie added it Shelves: church-history.

I have just been introduced to Polycarp so I was curious as to what his writings would look like. It is amazing to see his view of Scripture. Polycarp's whole epistle is christocentric and reminds you of the writings of the Apostles. This probably has to do with the fact that he skillfully weaves Scripture through every sentence of his writing.

It is beautiful! Oct 01, J. Richardson rated it really liked it Shelves: historical-christianity. So interesting getting insight on the formation of the early church and seeing the quotes of scripture from such an early source. Jul 12, Jon Gill rated it it was amazing Shelves: , theology-and-religion , history-of-christianity , faith-and-living , biblical-scholarship.

As quick a read as most NT epistles, and covering very similar content in similar style. Yet this was my first extra-biblical epistle, and I found it fascinating that Polycarp, a disciple of St.

John, already early-mid 2nd century is using dozens of direct quotes from NT epistles. He even refers to Ephesians, alongside Psalms, as "scripture. It appears that the early church was already using NT epistles extensively within the century, and the network of eyewitnesses was strong.

Note: he also quotes from Tobit, one that my Bible excludes I've got a lot more like these to read, and it both strengthens and demystifies many of the NT books for me - they are books that "build faith," teach gospel, and exhort virtue. Jul 12, Matt rated it it was amazing. Great read with a Pastoral feel Polycarp has a truly pastoral way of writing. His words read as a loving father or grandfather speaking to his beloved children. I appreciate the annotations back to scripture, since Polycarp's words are interwoven with scriptural references.

Highly recommend. Feb 02, Karen Israel rated it it was amazing. An Exhortation This is a quick easy read and his exhortations are very reminiscent of God's instructions through Paul. We serve a loving and supportive God. No matter how or when we leave this planet, God promises us heaven with Him.

He always makes good on them too. Apr 17, Hunter Q Lee rated it it was amazing. This is a great but short book to read. He was truly a disciple of the Lord and if John. I watch th movie about his life. It is dry inspiring. Jun 06, Rosemarie rated it it was amazing Shelves: on-my-bookshelf. Jun 25, Kade rated it it was amazing. An excellent short letter from an amazing early bishop and martyr.

Apr 05, Emerson John Tiu Ng rated it it was amazing. Short but very meaty Apr 05, Kody Masteller rated it it was amazing. A straight forward letter to first century Christians. Polycarp is foundational. Jun 20, Jacob Rush rated it it was amazing. Polycarp is a G. May 21, Elliot Lake rated it it was amazing. Great work, and a great exhortation to virtue. In like manner should the deacons be blameless before the face of His righteousness, as being the servants of God and Christ, and not of men.

They must not be slanderers, double-tongued, or lovers of money, but temperate in all things, compassionate, industrious, walking according to the truth of the Lord, who was the servant of all. In like manner, let the young men also be blameless in all things, being especially careful to preserve purity, and keeping themselves in, as with a bridle, from every kind of evil.

Wherefore, it is needful to abstain from all these things, being subject to the presbyters and deacons, as unto God and Christ. The virgins also must walk in a blameless and pure conscience. Alexander Roberts, James Donaldson, and A.

Cleveland Coxe, vol. He spread the gospel and had great influence in all the Western and Eastern churches of his day and in the following centuries through his writings. He suffered martyrdom as an old man. Because of faithful men like him the Church has maintained the teachings of Christ and continues to promulgate the true gospel given to us by the disciples of Christ and carried forward by those of like mind Letter to Smyrna Christians Polycarp was a pupil of the Disciple John who taught him in the Christian faith.


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