In Entrusted with the Gospel, Andreas Kostenberger, edits a book of essays, that examines and explores historical scholarship on 1 & 2 Timothy and Titus. In their work, much clarification and insight is brought to Paul's controversial theology in these epistles, and several important hermeneutical and exegetical challenges are also highlighted and discussed, including authorship, genre, historical background, and issues surrounding church leadership. See Table of Content for a list of contributors.This book will serve well any exegesis course on the Pastorals, familiarizing students with the major issues involved, without overwhelming them or while developing their thinking along evangelical lines. The book will also make an excellent supplementary volume for NT Theology courses, or a great read for small groups and/or church study.
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Great for pastoral or laymen to understand.
Date:March 11, 2011
This book has helped me understand what Paul was telling young Timothy in the two books. I am using it to do a sermon series on 1 & 2 Timothy. I am a lay preacher. The writers offer a welath of knowledge that is hard to find. I highly recommend this book for any one wanting to understand these two Espistles wheather pastoral or lay. This book deserves two thimbs up.