The video below features a sermon by New Testament scholar Gordon Fee, delivered February 14, 1988 in Croatia. (Five minutes of congregational singing precede the sermon).
The sermon is about the book of Philemon, one of the two Pauline letters Fee says he would keep if he were allowed to only have access to two. His other pick is Galatians.
Fee is currently professor emeritus of New Testament at Regent College in Vancouver, British Columbia.
He edited the prestigious New International Commentary on the New Testament series for 20 years, also writing three of the volumes (1 Corinthians, Philippians, and the Thessalonian letters).
A brief tribute to Fee's career was featured on this blog in July 2008. Charisma magazine featured him in its October 2010 issue.
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