Announcing "Govett on Baptism"!

Govett on Philippians


1985 Edition
128 pgs.

"Govett's writings are extensive, of varying quality, and often marked by a high level of scholarship, a superbly logical approach, extraordinary originality, and complete faithfulness to biblical revelation. Much concerned with eschatology (Apocalypse, 1864, and other works), he held that much of the Book of Revelation is to be understood literally." R. E. D. Clark, The New International Dictionary of the Christian Church, J. D. Douglas, general editor, page 426.


Introduction: The Fourth Kingdom of Man and His City (Acts 16:12-40)

  1. Philippians Chapter 1
  2. Philippians Chapter 2
  3. Philippians Chapter 3
  4. Philippians Chapter 4

Note A: Philippians 3:9
Note B: The Four Views of Philippians 3:1-11
Note C: On Philippians 3:9-11: The Cleansing by Christ of the Old and of the New
Note D: Eternal Life A Gift: The Millennium A Prize: Philippians 3:12
Note E: What Light Does this Epistle Throw on the Question Whether at Death the Believer Ascends to Heaven