By Gordon D. Fee
Dr. Fee's remark on 1 and a couple of Timothy and Titus, initially a part of the good news statement sequence, is revised and reset in an obtainable yet in-depth layout for pastors, scholars, and laypeople. An introductory bankruptcy bargains with uncomplicated questions of authorship, history, and subject matters, then every one component to Scripture is said, followed by way of notes on goods within the textual content that desire extra clarification.
"[Fee's statement on 1 and a pair of Timothy, Titus] . . . is perfect for college students, pastors, and lecturers. it's a version of readability and association and always displays a sensible exam of exegetical matters. certainly . . . i feel it's the best to be had [commentaries] at the pastoral epistles. Fee's ability in writing commentaries is as glaring during this quantity because it used to be in his magisterial quantity on 1 Corinthians."
Â—Thomas R. Schreiner, Bethel Theological Seminary
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5:7; 2 Thess. 2:12), the "deposit" to be guarded (1 Tim. 6:20; 2 Tim. 1:14), "sound" or "healthy teaching" (1 Tim. 1:10; 6:3; Titus 1:9; 2:1, 8; 2 Tim. 1:13; 4:3), and "our religion" (eusebeia; 1 Tim. 3:16; 4:7-8; 6:3, 56; Titus 1:1). The problem, first of all, is that the latter two terms seem to be borrowed from Hellenistic religion and philosophy; 16 1 and 2 Timothy, Titus and, second, this seems to reduce the gospel from a dynamic proclamation of good news for sinners to a static body of beliefs to be embraced.
Moulton, A Grammar of New Testament Creek (Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark, 1976), p. 105: "We cannot say that the Greek style is the most elegant in the PE, but it is the least Semitic, most secular, and least exciting. lt is commonplace:' 34. This is especially true of P. N. Harrison's classic study, The Problem of the Pastoral Epistles. See the literature cited by Guthrie, Introduction, p. 607, notes 1 and 2. 35. P. 24 . 36. , E. F. Scott. 37. This was the position espoused by Harrison in The Problem of the Pastoral Epistles.
D. Moule ("The Problem of the Pastoral Epistles: A Reappraisal"}, who sees them as written by Luke for Paul during Paul's lifetime. For the view that Luke is their author, but as a pseudepigrapher after Paul's death, see S. G. Wilson, Luke and the Pastoral Epistles, and J. D. Quinn, ''The Last Volume of Luke: The Relation of Luke-Acts to the Pastoral Epistles:' 1 Timothy §1 Salutation (1 Tim. 1:1-2) The letter begms with the standard form of salutation found in almost all the letters from the Greco-Roman period.