1&2 Timothy and Titus

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Weight 0.71 kg
Dimensions 22.3 x 14.3 x 3.2 cm
format

Book

binding

Cloth-bound

isbn

9780851518206

Original Pub Date

1874

Banner Pub Date

Jul 2, 2002

scripture

2 Timothy, 1 Timothy, Titus

page-count

464

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series

Geneva Series of Commentaries

Book Description

The Pastoral Epistles, first published in 1874, is the last commentary written by Patrick Fairbairn, but his first on any of the books of the New Testament.

It grew out of Fairbairn’s lectures on pastoral theology to students at the Free Church College, Glasgow, where he served both as Principal and as Professor of Divinity. His purposes in publishing his material were twofold; to benefit students of the Bible, especially ministers and ministerial students, in their grasp and application of the text, and to defend the divine inspiration and apostolic authority of 1 and 2 Timothy and Titus against attacks made by contemporary scholarship. In both aims he succeeds admirably.

Table of Contents Expand ↓

  INTRODUCTION  
1. SECTION-THE AUTHORSHIP OF THE EPISTLES, 1-19
 2. TIMES AND PLACES OF WRITING, 19-30
 3. NOTICES OF TIMOTHY, 31-34
4. NOTICES OF TITUS, 35-36
 5. TEXT AND TRANSLATION OF FIRST TIMOTHY, 38-51
 6. TEXT AND TRANSLATION OF TITUS, 52-57
 7. TEXT AND TRANSLATION OF SECOND TIMOTHY, 58-67
8. EXPOSITORY NOTES ON FIRST TIMOTHY, 71-254
9. EXPOSITORY NOTES ON TITUS, 255-305
 10. EXPOSITORY NOTES ON SECOND TIMOTHY, 306-404
  APPENDIX A.-THE PECULIAR TESTIMONY FOR GOSPEL TIMES, 405-416
  APPENDIX B.-THE MEANING OF THE EXPRESSION, “HUSBAND OF ONE WIFE,” IN 1 TIM. III. 2, ETC., 416-432
  APPENDIX C.-THE TREATMENT OF SLAVERY IN NEW TESTAMENT SCRIPTURE, 432-451
  NOTE ON 1 COR. VII. 21, 448-451

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