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The Pastoral Epistles : a commentary on the Greek text

Author: George W Knight
Publisher: Grand Rapids, Mich. : W.B. Eerdmans ; Carlisle, England : Paternoster Press, 1992.
Series: New international Greek Testament commentary (Grand Rapids, Mich.)
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Genre/Form: Commentaries
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Knight, George W. (George William), 1931-
Pastoral Epistles.
Grand Rapids, Mich. : W.B. Eerdmans ; Carlisle, England : Paternoster Press, 1992
(OCoLC)754674520
Named Person: Paulus (Apostel).
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: George W Knight
ISBN: 0802823955 9780802823953 0853645329 9780853645320
OCLC Number: 25411604
Description: xxxiv, 514 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction. The name "Pastoral Epistles" --
Self-testimony regarding authorship, recipients, setting, and purposes --
Attestation in the early church --
Relationship to Acts and the other Epistles --
Critical arguments concerning authorship --
Possible dates of the letters --
Commentary on 1 Timothy. Salutation (1:1-2) --
Paul's command to Timothy to withstand false doctrine and to further the gospel and its goal, which is love (1:3-20) --
Prayer for all; conduct of women (2:1-15) --
Qualifications for bishops and deacons (3:1-16) --
Apostasy; a good minister's discipline (4:1-16) --
Duties toward others (5:1-6:2) --
Final indictment of false teachers and warning against love of money (6:3-10) --
Final charge to Timothy (6:11-16) --
Instructions for the rich (6:17-19) --
Final charge to Timothy (6:20-21). Commentary on Titus. Salutation (1:1-4) --
Qualifications for elders (1:5-9) --
Titus's and the elders' duty in regard to false teachers (1:10-16) --
Instructions for different groups of believers based on God's enabling grace (2:1-15) --
Instructions for living under rulers and with non-Christians based on God's example and enablement (3:1-8) --
Final instructions about false teaching and for dealing with a AIPETIKOS (3:9-11) --
Personal instructions and greetings (3:12-15). Commentary on 2 Timothy. Salutation (1:1-2) --
Thanksgiving (1:3-5) --
Appeal for a Spirit-given boldness that will endure suffering (1:6-14) --
Examples of those ashamed and of one who was not ashamed (1:15-18) --
The appeal renewed to suffer as a good soldier of Christ (2:1-13) --
Timothy's responsibilities in regard to false teachings (2:14-26) --
The character of mankind in the last days (3:1-9) --
Continue steadfastly in what has been learned (3:10-17) --
Final charge and final testimony (4:1-8) --
Personal instructions and remarks (4:9-18) --
Final remarks and greetings (4:19-22).
Series Title: New international Greek Testament commentary (Grand Rapids, Mich.)
Responsibility: by George W. Knight, III.

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