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New Testament Messages Final Exam 08/04/2010 11:05:00 1 Timothy Introduction One of the three “pastoral epistles” (along with 2 Timothy and Titus) Written to individuals with pastoral oversight Application to the non-ministerial reader (leadership and laypeople) Overview Designed to instruct Timothy in matters of right doctrine, church order, and  ministerial practice Key verse- 3: 14-16 Recurring concern in pastoral epistles Warnings and responses regarding heresies, false doctrine, and foolish teachings Avoid heterodox teaching-teaching tangents Ignore unauthoritative/speculative teachings- teaching traditions Outline 1: 3-20—Importance of Sound Doctrine 2: 1-7—Priority of Prayer 2: 8-15—Place of men and women Priority for men: prayer (2:8) Priority for women: modesty in appearance, decorum, character, behavior, and  position (2:9-15) 3: 1-13—Prerequisites for Leadership 3: 14-16—Purpose statement
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4: 1-10—Preparation for Apostasy Titus Role of Titus - temporary apostolic representative Introduction Written A.D. 65 Titus was left in Crete to consolidate and supervise the work (to set in order what  remains and to ordain elders in every city) Problems described: Character of the Cretian culture False teaching, esp. by Judaizers Overview Key verses- 2:14; 3:8 Theme How we live either commands or belies our profession and the doctrine of the gospel  itself We are not saved by  good works, but we are saved to  good works 2 Timothy Introduction To Timothy in Ephesus From Rome- AD 64~68 Immediate purpose-pick up Mark and come to Rome (4:11) Final word or exhortation Overview
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Design- to counsel Timothy with personal instruction, exhortation, and  encouragement Key Verses- 4:1-8 Theme - 2 Timothy is Paul’s farewell letter of final request s to Timothy Hebrews Background Church initially a Jewish entity Author Broad consensus on when? mid to late 60s Not so on who? Nature of Hebrews
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This note was uploaded on 05/25/2011 for the course BI 109 taught by Professor Kerrymcgonigal during the Spring '11 term at Grand Valley State.

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