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NICNT: Letters to Timothy and Titus, the

Towner, Philip H.
Eerdmans Publishing Co, WM. B.
2006-01-01
HB ?| 6.5 x 9.5 x 2.3 Inch| 1.5 kg| 934 pages| ISBN 9780802825131
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The most accessible, most broadly pitched full-length commentary on Timothy and Titus, this NICNT volume explores Paul's three letters to Timothy and Titus within their historical, religious, and cultural settings.

In his introduction, Towner sets out the rationale for his historical approach, questions certain assumptions of recent critical scholarship, and establishes the uniqueness and individuality of each letter. Significantly, Towner's work displays unprecedented interaction with four recent major commentaries on these Pauline letters. Centered on an outstanding translation of the Greek text and including thorough footnotes, bibliographical citations, and indexes, Towner's commentary on Timothy and Titus is sure to become a standard reference for busy pastors, students, and scholars.

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    Editor's Preface

    Author's Preface

    Abbreviations

    Bibliography


INTRODUCTION

  1. INTRODUCTION AND AGENDA

  2. THE LETTERS TO TIMOTHY AND TITUS IN THE EARLIEST CENTURIES

    1. Reception and Canonicity

    2. Text and Translation

  3. READINGS OF THE LETTERS IN THE MODERN ERA:
    INTERPRETIVE OPTIONS AND THE AUTHORSHIP QUESTION

    1. The Traditional Paradigm and Its Status Today (the Minority Interpretation)

      1. The Second Imprisonment Theory

      2. Locating the Letters within the Acts Framework

    2. The Modern Paradigm (the Majority Interpretation)

      1. The Modern Paradigm and Its Methodology

      2. Assessing the Modern Paradigm

        1. Pseudonymity

        2. Illegitimate Historical Disjunctions

        3. Illegitimate Literary Disjunctions

    3. The Search for a Historical Middle Ground:
      "Allonymity"

  4. READING THE LETTERS IN HISTORICAL CONTEXT

    1. The Literary Character of the Letters to Timothy and Titus

      1. The Unity and Individuality of the Letters

      2. The Literary Character of the Letters

    2. Reading the Letters as Letters:
      The Historical Character of the Letters to Timothy and Titus

      1. Ephesus and Crete: Cities and Churches

      2. Elements of Historical and Cultural Setting

        1. False Teaching/Opposition/Cultural Movements

        2. The Organization of the Churches

        3. The Addressees: Timothy and Titus

    3. Unity and Diversity of Theological and Thematic Elements

      1. Shared Elements of Theology

        1. Salvation in Jesus Christ

        2. The Pauline Gospel and Mission

        3. The Holy Spirit

        4. The Christian Life

        5. Church and Leadership

        6. The Authority and Use of Scripture

      2. In Search of a Christological Center:
        Savior and Epiphany

      3. The Trajectories of Christology in the Three Letters

        1. Christology in 1 Timothy:
          "Christ Jesus, himself human"

        2. Christology in Titus:
          Christ Jesus, Co-Savior

        3. Christology in 2 Timothy:
          The Lord Jesus Christ, Paradigm of Suffering and Vindication

        4. Unity and Diversity in the Christology of the Letters to Timothy and Titus

    4. Theological Perspective, Structure, and Message in the Letters

      1. 1 Timothy: The Oikonomia Theou and Oikos Theou

        1. The Theological Perspective of 1 Timothy

        2. The Structure and Message of 1 Timothy

      2. Titus: The God Who Does Not Lie and the Cultural Deception of Crete

        1. The Theological Perspective of Titus

        2. The Structure and Message of Titus

      3. 2 Timothy: Suffering and Succession

        1. The Theological Perspective of 2 Timothy

        2. The Structure and Message of 2 Timothy

  5. PAUL AND THE LETTERS TO TIMOTHY AND TITUS:
    DEFINING THE PARAMETERS

    1. Paul and the Letters to Timothy and Titus

    2. Paul's Letters within His Mission:
      Letters to Churches and Letters to Coworkers

    3. The Authorship Enigma: Open Questions

    4. Farewell to the "the Pastoral Epistles"?


THE FIRST LETTER TO TIMOTHY

  1. OPENING GREETING (1:1-2)

    1. The Writer

    2. The Recipient

    3. The Greeting

  2. BODY OF THE LETTER (1:3?6:21A)

    1. Ordering and Organizing God's Household:
      Part I (1:3?3:16)

      1. Regarding False Teachers and False Doctrine (1:3-20)

        1. Timothy's Commission: Engaging the Opponents (1:3-7)

          Excursus: Conscience in the Letters to Timothy and Titus

        2. The Law and Paul's Gospel (1:8-11)

        3. Paul's Calling as a Pattern of Conversion (1:12-17)

          Excursus: The "Trustworthy Saying" Formula

        4. Charge to Timothy Resumed (1:18-20)

      2. Regarding Appropriate Prayer in the Church (2:1-7)

        Excursus: Godliness and Respectability

      3. The Behavior of Men and Women in the Public Worship Assembly (2:8-15)

        Excursus: Self-Control

        Excursus: Good Deeds

      4. Regarding Qualifications of Overseers and Deacons (3:1-13)

        1. Qualifications of Overseers (3:1-7)

        2. Qualifications of Deacons (3:8-13)

      5. The Church and the Faith (3:14-16)

    2. Ordering and Organizing God's Household:
      Part II (4:1?6:21a)

      1. Regarding Heresy, Godliness, and Timothy's Responsibility (4:1-16)

        1. The Emergence of Heresy (4:1-5)

        2. Sound Teaching and Godliness (4:6-10)

        3. Timothy: Paradigm of the Healthy Teacher (4:11-16)

      2. Regarding Other Groups in God's Household (5:1?6:2a)

        1. Proper Treatment of Age Groups (5:1-2)

        2. Proper Treatment of Widows (5:3-16)

        3. Proper Recognition and Discipline of Elders (5:17-25)

        4. Expectations of Slaves (6:1-2a)

      3. Contrasting False and True Teachers:
        Godliness, Greed, and the Correct Use of Wealth (6:2b-21a)

        1. Charge to Timothy:
          Confront the False Teachers and Their Lust for Wealth (6:2b-10)

        2. Recasting Timothy's Commission:
          Genuine Character and Motive for Ministry (6:11-16)

          Excursus: The Epiphany Concept

        3. A Corrected Perspective on Wealth (6:17-19)

        4. Repeating the Charge to Engage the Opponents (6:20-21a)

  3. CLOSING BENEDICTION (6:21B)


THE SECOND LETTER TO TIMOTHY

  1. OPENING GREETING (1:1-2)

    1. The Writer

    2. The Recipient

    3. The Greeting

  2. BODY OF THE LETTER (1:3?4:18)

    1. The Call to Personal Commitment and Spirit-Empowered Ministry (1:3-18)

      1. Thanksgiving for Timothy's Faith (1:3-5)

      2. The Renewed Call to Boldness and Faithfulness in Ministry (1:6-14)

        1. The Call to Action (1:6-8)

        2. The Gospel for Which We Suffer (1:9-10)

        3. The Apostolic Model for Timothy and the Call to Succession (1:11-14)

      3. Models of Shame and Courage (1:15-18)

    2. Called to Dedication and Faithfulness (2:1-13)

      1. Carry Out Your Ministry with Dedication (2:1-7)

      2. Reasons for Enduring Suffering (2:8-13)

    3. Addressing the Challenge of Opposition in the Church (2:14-26)

    4. Prophecy, Commitment, and Call (3:1?4:8)

      1. The Heresy in Ephesus in Prophetic Perspective (3:1-9)

      2. The Way of Following Paul (3:10-17)

      3. The Final Charge to Timothy (4:1-8)

  3. FINAL INSTRUCTIONS AND PERSONAL INFORMATION (4:9-18)

  4. CLOSING GREETINGS, INSTRUCTIONS, AND BLESSING (4:19-22)


THE LETTER TO TITUS

  1. SOURCES OF BACKGROUND INFORMATION ON CRETE

  2. OPENING GREETING (1:1-4)

    1. Paul and His Apostolate (1:1-3)

    2. Titus: The Recipient (1:4a)

    3. The Greeting (1:4b)

  3. BODY OF THE LETTER (1:5?3:11)

    1. Instructions to Titus (1:5-16)

      1. The Overarching Instruction to Titus:
        Putting in Order and Finishing Up (1:5)

      2. Appointing Church Leaders Able to Instruct the Church and Correct Opponents (1:6-9)

      3. Naming and Engaging the Opponents (1:10-16)

    2. Instructions for the Church (2:1?3:11)

      1. Some Local and Formal Matters of Introduction

      2. Christian Living within the Household (2:1-15)

        1. Living in accordance with Sound Doctrine (2:1-10)

        2. The Basis of This Life (2:11-14)

        3. Summary Command to Titus (2:15)

      3. Living as the Church in the World (3:1-8)

        1. Christian Living within Society (3:1-2)

        2. The Theology That Generates This Life (3:3-7)

        3. The Motive (3:8)

      4. Disciplining the Opponents in the Church (3:9-11)

  4. PERSONAL NOTES AND INSTRUCTIONS (3:12-14)

  5. FINAL GREETINGS AND BENEDICTION (3:15)


INDEXES

    Subjects

    Authors

    Scripture References

    Early Extrabiblical Literature

    Key Greek Words

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Scot McKnight
? North Park University
“When reading this commentary, I felt as if I were sitting in a room listening to Paul and his associates explain the gospel in ever fresh ways for a new day. . . . Phil Towner’s readable, exciting exposition of these wonderful letters will usher many into a new age of studies on the Pastorals.”

Craig L. Blomberg
? Denver Seminary
“Few if any scholars could be more qualified to give birth to this volume. . . . Towner’s newest work fills an important gap ? an up-to-date, exegetically solid, mid-range commentary on the English text, fully informed by the Greek and wholly abreast of current scholarship. Rejecting the unproven theory of non-Pauline authorship and ably highlighting the individual distinctives of each letter, often obscured by the homogenizing label ‘Pastoral Epistles,’ Towner has produced what may wind up being the most useful commentary among the broadest range of English-language readers for many years to come.”

I. Howard Marshall
? University of Aberdeen
“The mature work of a scholar who has had a love affair with the letters to Timothy and Titus over a quarter century, this is arguably the finest and most useful commentary based on the English text of the letters (with adequate discussion of matters Greek in the footnotes). . . . Student and preacher alike will treasure this user-friendly treatment for its careful summarizing of essential data and also for its numerous shafts of fresh light from a scholar who knows all the contemporary discussion but is not beholden to any authority except that of the text itself.”

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