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Overview of Philemon - The Douay Rheims Catholic Bible
The content of Philemon according to the Douay Rheims Roman Catholic Bible scriptures contains a short overview of the main subjects, people, events and ancient topics in the following summary of the Douay Rheims Roman Catholic Bible Scriptures:
- Philemon is book
number 18 of the New Testament
- Philemon was a
letter (Epistle) written by Saint Paul to a fellow Christian
- The Epistles were
letters of instruction and doctrine by Peter, Paul, John and
others to the early, newly established churches
- Who was Philemon?
Philemon was a noble citizen of Colossa
- Colossa was an
ancient city in south western Phrygia in Asia Minor; site of
an early Christian Church
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- Philemon had a
servant named Onesimus, who robbed him and fled to Rome,
where he met St. Paul, who was then a
prisoner there the first time.
- The apostle took
compassion on Onesimus and received him with tenderness and
converted him to the faith; for he was a Gentile before
- St. Paul sends him
back to his master with this Epistle in his favour: and
though he beseeches Philemon to pardon him,
yet the Apostle writes with becoming dignity and authority
- It contains
instructions and points out the charity and humanity that
masters should have for their servants.
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