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Form of God, Form of a Servant

An examination of the Greek noun morphe in Philippians 2:6-7



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Form of God, Form of a Servant by Daniel J. Fabricatore
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Form of God, Form of a Servant examines the Greek noun morphe and seeks to discover Paul's meaning when he portrayed Christ as existing in the "form of God" as well as taking on the "form of a servant" in Philippians 2:6-7. This book adopts a synchronic approach to lexical semantics, and examines a cross section of Greek writers who use morphe from the classical period up through the first century A.D. The book also looks at how morphe has been interpreted throughout the church age, before exegetically examining the passage and interpreting the term in its context.

Author Biography

Daniel J. Fabricatore is pastor of Grace Bible Church in Frederick, MD and has pastored churches in Pennsylvania and Maryland for twenty years. He earned a Th.M. at Dallas Theological Seminary and a Ph.D. from Baptist Bible Seminary in Pennsylvania.
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January 5th, 2010
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United States
University Press of America
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