Table of Contents

Table of Contents 

 

  1. Chapter: Introduction 3
  2. Authorship 3
  3. Place and time of writing 5
  4. Receiver 6
  5. Outline 7
  6. Sources 9
  7. Application 10
  8. Chapter: Thematic Overview of the Pastoral Epistles 11
  9. Intention of the 1.Timothy letter 11
  10. Intention of the Letter to Titus 13
  11. Intention of the 2.Timothy letter 13
  12. The stewardship of God (ἢ οἰκονομίαν θεοῦ). 14
  13. Sources 16
  14. Application 17
  15. Chapter: The Entrusted Good – The Gospel of the Trinity 18
  16. The father 18
  17. The son 19
  18. The Holy Spirit 21
  19. Source 22
  20. Application 23
  21. Chapter: The entrusted property – misunderstandings about the gospel 24
  22. The Gospel and the Law of God 24
  23. Gospel and Creation 25
  24. Sources 27
  25. Application 28
  26. Chapter: The Steward of God – A Servant of the Word 29
  27. The Administrator as God’s Redeemed and Empowered One 29
  28. The caretaker as preacher and protector of the gospel 30
  29. Sources 33
  30. Application 34
  31. Chapter: The Steward of God – A Proven Character 35
  32. Endure suffering for the sake of the gospel 35
  33. Love 36
  34. Gentleness & patience 36
  35. Satisfaction 37
  36. Sexual purity 38
  37. Sources 39
  38. Application 40
  39. Chapter: The Administration of the House of God – the Offices 41
  40. How many offices? 41
  41. Living by the truth for church leaders 42
  42. Sources 50
  43. Application 51
  44. Chapter: The Administration of the House of God – Living According to the Truth for All 52
  45. Marriage and family 52
  46. Older people 54
  47. Young people 54
  48. Masters & Slaves 55
  49. Sources 56
  50. Application 57
  51. Appendix A: TOPICAL GROUPING OF ESTATE STEWARDSHIP TERMS IN LUKE AND MATTHEW (Alan Tomlinson). 58
  52. Appendix B: Gospel-Centered Exchange 59
  53. Bibliography 61

 

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