Paul wrote the epistle to the Philippians (Phil. 1:1). The apostle ministered to the church in Philippi and was familiar with the believers there (Acts 16:12; 20:1-6). The epistle contains many personal references to the apostle, such as his stay in prison (Phil. 1:12-26), his personal interaction with Epaphroditus (2:25-30), and his personal testimony (Phil. 3:4-7). The apostle’s authorship is beyond doubt and has not been seriously questioned from the early church to the present day.

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