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Nov 10, 2019

[Answer] What is the name of the runaway slave in the book of Philemon?

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...1. Doulos 2. Philemon 3. Onesimus 4. Rahab




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Onesimus - Long before Monopoly, Paul asked a friend for the ultimate Get Out of Jail Free card. Paul wrote his letter to Philemon while he was in prison in Rome, but the favor was not for himself. Philemon was a Christian in the town of Colossae, and his slave had run away and crossed paths with Paul in Rome. The runaway slave, Onesimus, had become a Christian after hearing Paul’s teaching. The letter is an appeal to Philemon, asking him to extend forgiveness and freedom to Onesimus. He encourages him to welcome Onesimus back, not as a slave, but as a “beloved brother” in Christ. Paul offers to pay Onesimus’ debts, if he has any. Even more than that, he puts his own friendship with Philemon on the line, saying, “If you consider me your partner, receive him as you would receive me (1:17).” Paul is passionate and his motives are directed by the love of Christ. Paul says that he, Philemon, and Onesimus have all found freedom in Christ, and that status is incompatible with the status of physical slavery.:


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