GENERAL KNOWLEDGE

ST PAUL’S EPISTLE TO THE PHILIPPIANS ON “CHRISTIAN GIVING’ INDICATED HIS RECEPTION OF GIFTS FROM THEM THROUGH

  • A. The Church In Corinth
  • B. St Peter
  • C. The Church in Achaia
  • D. Epaphroditus ✓

 

The answer to the question is: D. Epaphroditus

St. Paul’s Epistle to the Philippians is a letter in the New Testament of the Christian Bible, traditionally attributed to St. Paul. In this epistle, St. Paul expresses his gratitude for the financial support he received from the Philippians and discusses the concept of Christian giving. The passage that indicates his reception of gifts from them is found in Philippians 4:15-18, where he acknowledges their generosity and assures them that their giving is a fragrant offering, pleasing to God.

In Philippians 4:18, St. Paul specifically mentions Epaphroditus as the one who brought the gifts from the Philippians to him while he was in prison. This indicates that it was through Epaphroditus that St. Paul received the gifts from the Philippians.

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