The Epistle of Polycarp to the Philippians
Polycarp's Letter to the Philippians (often simply called To the Philippians) composed around 110 to 140 AD is described by Irenaeus as follows: "There is also a forceful epistle written by Polycarp to the Philippians, from which those who wish to do so, and are anxious about their salvation, can learn the character of his faith, and the preaching of the truth." (J Stevenson, A new Eusebius [London: SPCK, 1965] p. 120) This is one quote from the epistle: "Stand fast, therefore, in this conduct and follow the example of the Lord, 'firm and unchangeable in faith, lovers of the brotherhood, loving each other, united in truth,' helping each other with the mildness of the Lord, despising no man." (Summary by Wikipedia) (0 hr 14 min)
Read by Sam Stinson
This epistle of Polycarp is tremendous for historical purposes as well as personal betterment. Also, I found the reader of this recording to have a soothing, pleasant voice that made for clear understanding of Polycarp's goals in writing this epistle and easy listening--enjoyment to my soul.
Very well read, thank you. These words are wonderfully true, but almost word for word directly from the Word, lol.
a summary of NT teaching on Christian living
a blessing to listen to, a weaving of many NT passages
As previously stated, Sam is a gentle pleasant reader, and shares this Scriptural epistle beautifully.
Edifying. clearly read.
A blessing to listen to.
very well read by Sam Stinson
Excellent reader nice tone and rithyng