In Paul's first letter to Timothy and his letter to Titus, we find a mentor encouraging the young men he commissioned to lead young churches (Timothy in Ephesus, Titus on Crete). As each of his pupils navigated their particular challenges in ministry, Paul offered sage advise for church leaders of all ages. Imprisoned and near the end his life, Paul's wrote his second letter to Timothy expressing a fatherly affection for a now more experienced and mature spiritual son.
This collection includes resources for investigating the background and context of each of these letters. Additionally, some of the best Pastoral Epistles commentaries from Philip H. Towner (NIC), J. N. D. Kelly (BNTC), and George W. Knight III (NIGTC) will help guide you through the text.
The resources included in this collection are utilized in Mobile Ed: NT225 Survey of the Pastoral Epistles (5 hour course) as some of the top suggested readings and will enhance your experience of that course.
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