3 edition of The Pastoral Epistles, 1-2 Timothy, Titus: An Exegetical and Contextual Commentary (India Commentary on the New Testament) found in the catalog.
by Fortress Press
Written in English
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The top of the each page indicates what passage of scripture is being discussed. The main portion includes the scripture text (NLT), followed by several brief notes, followed by the commentary. Additionally, there are two good introductory articles: one for the pastoral epistles (1 & 2 Timothy, Titus) and one for Hebrews. The Pastoral Epistles (PE) have generated a considerable amount of scholarly attention, if only because they cannot be left out of any commentary series, and the student has available a fair amount of help in understanding them.1 Nevertheless, they cannot be said to stand at the centre of interest in the NT, and to some extent they have been neglected.
Any commentary on the PE must deal with the problem of authorship for Timothy and Titus. As Yarbrough observes, according to the consensus opinion, the author and the audience are fictive. Paul did not write the letters and the situation in Ephesus described in 1 Timothy and on Crete in Titus reflects the late first or early second century. Why "Pastoral Epistles"? B. How to do a historical context, character study and outline. Overview of requirements for exegesis paper. Assignments for next session: Historical context study of 1 Timothy due next week. Read 1 Timothy, Titus, 2 Timothy, Acts, and Ephesians. Translate Be prepared for brief quiz on ch Memorize 3 principal.
1, 2 Timothy, Titus: An Exegetical and Theological Exposition of Holy Scripture (Book #34 in the New American Bible Commentary, New Testament Set Series) by Thomas D. Lea and Hayne P. Griffin. Luke did not mention Titus in the book of Acts. He was a Gentile (Ga ) whom Paul led to Christ (Ti ) during the first missionary was with Paul and Barnabas during the Council of Jerusalem (Ac 15; Ga ). Paul left Titus on the island of Crete for a special task. When Artemas or Tychicus () arrived in Crete, Paul encouraged Titus to join him in Nicopolis in the.
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Get this from a library. The Pastoral Epistles: Timothy, Titus: an exegetical and contextual commentary. [Graham Simpson, (Minister of the Anglican Church)] -- The India Commentary on the New Testament (ICNT) series aims to give a well-informed exposition of the meaning of the text and relevant reflections in everyday language from a contemporary Indian.
The Pastoral Letters—1 Timothy, 2 Timothy, and Titus—have made an enduring contribution to understanding the role of pastors in the church. With a spirited devotion to the text, Robert Yarbrough helps unlock the meaning of these short but rich letters in this commentary.5/5(1).
This review was written for 1 & 2 Timothy, & Titus: New American Commentary [NAC]. If you are looking through and evangelical commentary on the Pastoral Epistles, 1, 2 Timothy, Titus, by Thomas D.
Lea and Hayne P. Griffin, Jr. published by B and H Academic is what you are searching for.4/5(1). Paul’s letter to Titus is the final Pastoral Epistle and has many similarities to 1 and 2 Timothy.
(For Titus –9, see 1 Timothy –13 above. For Titus –10, see 1 Timothy – above.) In this letter, Paul reminds Titus that he had left him in Crete to “put in order what remained to be done” (Titus ). Like Timothy. 1-2 Timothy A. The name, Pastoral Epistles, comes from D. Berdot's commentary of a.d.
It speaks of their unique character and content. Timothy and Titus, however, are not pastors, but apostolic delegates. These letters were written to churches, but under the literary form of letters to Paul's co-workers, Timothy and Titus.
Praise for Timothy and Titus I know no other major attempt to catalogue the theology of the Pastoral Epistles in this way. All EBTC volumes feature informed exegetical treatment of the Titus: An Exegetical and Contextual Commentary book book and thorough discussion of its most important theological themes in relation to the canon—all in a style that is useful and.
The Pastoral Epistles: 1–2 Timothy, Titus: An Exegetical and Contextual Commentary: ICNT: Brannan, Rick: First Timothy (Lexical Commentary on the Pastoral Epistles) / Apostolic Period NT Extra-Biblical Literature Studies Jesus and the Gospels Synoptic Gospels and Surrounding Issues The Book of Acts in its First Century Setting.
The three letters commonly referred to as the "pastoral epistles" (1 Timothy, 2 Timothy, and Titus) are labeled as such because they are the only letters Paul addressed to fellow workers with pastoral responsibilities. There are a number of helpful commentaries on the Pastoral Epistles, and the following are five of the best.
Paul to two of his young pastoral protégés, Timothy and Titus (thus the name—the “Pastoral Epistles”), they were almost surely written several decades after Paul’s death, and their main focus is on establishing—or reestablishing—order, discipline, and theological soundness in congregations that have gone—or are threatening to.
This volume is one of the most articulate and practical modern commentaries on the Pastoral Epistles. While If you are looking through and evangelical commentary on the Pastoral Epistles, 1, 2 Timothy, Titus, by Thomas D. Lea and Hayne P. Griffin, Jr. published by B and H Academic is what you are searching for/5(1).
The NIV Application Commentary helps you communicate and apply biblical text effectively in today's bring the ancient messages of the Bible into today's world, each passage is treated in three sections:Original Meaning.
Concise exegesis to help readers understand the original meaning of the biblical text in its historical, literary, and cultural ng Contexts/5(3). Robert W. Wall, with Richard B. Steele.
1 & 2 Timothy, Titus. The Two Horizons New Testament Commentary Series. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eerdmans, pages, pb. $ Link to Eerdmans. Robert Wall is well known for a series of articles on the canonical reading the New Testament documents.
In this Two Horizons commentary from. This is a thorough, full-scale English commentary on the Greek text of 1 & 2 Timothy and Titus. While author George W. Knight gives careful attention to the comments of previous interpreters of the text, both ancient and modern, his emphasis is on exegesis of the Greek text itself and on the flow of the argument in each of these three epistles.
The two letters to Timothy and the one to Titus are labeled Pastoral Epistles. The contents of the letters reveal the obvious reason for this.
They were written by Paul to two of his young converts (1 Timothy ; Titus ) who had followed him on many of his missionary jour-neys and whom he had established as pastors of churches at the time.
The books of First Timothy, Second Timothy and Titus are frequently referred to as the Pastoral Epistles.
The reason for this title is that the letters that Paul wrote in these 3 books were written to Timothy and Titus, two of his previous colleagues and apprentices as they had questions about many issues that they were facing and how to deal with them. Biblical Commentary (Bible Study) Titus EXEGESIS: THE CONTEXT: This is one of four Pauline epistles written to individuals rather than to congregations (the other three being Timothy and Philemon).
Timothy and Titus are usually grouped as Paul’s Pastoral Epistles, while Philemon is usually grouped with Ephesians, Colossians, and Philippians as one of Paul’s Imprisonment. Question: "What are the Pastoral Epistles?" Answer: The Pastoral Epistles are three letters written by the apostle Paul.
The Pastoral Epistles are 1 Timothy, 2 Timothy, and Titus. All three are letters from an old man at the close of his ministry who. There are many commentaries about the Pastoral Epistles available at this moment but 1, 2 Timothy, Titus of the NAC series is a giant leap above all other commentaries on this book of the Bible.
This book was provided to me free of charge from. Description: Insights on 1 & 2 Timothy, Titus explores Paul’s Pastoral Epistles as a part of the volume Swindoll’s Living Insights New Testament Commentary series.
This newly revised and expanded edition draws on Gold Medallion Award–winner Chuck Swindoll’s 50 years of experience with studying and preaching God’s Word. The Pastoral Epistles International Critical Commentary by I. Howard Marshall. Get this book on Amazon using its exact ISBN.
Reviews and Accolades: • D.A. Carson: “best buy” on Timothy and Titus, “the learned and careful exegesis will be a joy to pore over”.The Pastoral Epistles (1 & 2 Timothy, Titus) 1. Authenticity – Virtually all agree the authorship of the Pastorals stand together.
Modern scholarship casts more doubt on the authenticity of these epistles than on any of the other Pauline letters.
Arguments against Pauline authorship include the following: a. Vocabulary and Style Problem i.They include:exegetical accuracy provide a commentary that can be used at all levels of ministry for weekly preparationto present the biblical material in a readable and pastoral style remain text focused while providing inspiring illustrations and true-to-life applicationIn 1 & 2 Timothy and Titus a team of authors tackles Paul's most personal.