This is a non-fictional book by Karris, which opens a window of insight in to scriptural passages that were made into music by Christians. This includes the Christ hymn in Philippians 2:5-11, which reveals the person of Christ. It is a significant book because it shows that the composers intentionally created the lyrical passages with hidden meaning so as to educate Christians2.
This non-fictional book is not an ordinary Christian book, and not even the evangelical sense. Its takes the reader back to the world of Paul in order to understand Christ. Bruce reveals the hidden meaning in the Christ hymn in Philippians, which likely to change the hearts of many Christians. He recommends this book to anyone who wants to true Christianity3.
This journal by Gray describes Philippians 2:5-11 as a paradox that relates to the traditional beliefs of leadership. Traditionally, a leader is a person with power, who has control over other people. This book utilizes the key principles of sacred textual analysis relating to rhetorical criticism that addresses the use of organizational, behavioral theories and leadership theories to Christ Hymn in Philippians 2:5-114.
This is an article by Martin, which analyses the significance of the Christ Hymn. Martin states that the Christ hymn assists the church to see past the present where the head of the church controls the church powerfully and invisibly, but it is known only to faith. Thus, the reign of Christ is heavenly, and all powers are subject to him and his authority is confessed by