Philemon is like reading someone else’s post. This means it is: -
A fascinating insight into a very human story
A case-study of how Christians should treat one another
A call to radical and counter-cultural fellowship
The story of Philemon
A case-study of a radical, counter-cultural fellowship. The characters are: -
Let’s be a radical, counter-cultural fellowship
This will cause a stir: Greenwich will notice
We don’t have slavery anymore, but what other things still divide our society?
How can we be a radical, counter-cultural fellowship? Is there anything more practically that we can be doing beyond what we do already?
What difference would it make to our church if we behaved like Philemon suggests we should? What difference would it make to wider society?