These letters, along with 2 Timothy, are often called "the Pastoral Epistles" because they are concerned with the pastoral care and oversight of local churches. Some of the topics are: doctrine, public worship, pastor, elder, and deacon eligibility, local leadership, social responsibility, and material possessions. In Titus, Paul emphasizes the relationship between doctine and duty, belief and behavior in the church, the home and the world.
Twelve lessons to study under the guidance of beloved pastor and teacher John Stott contain inductive study questions, application, commentary, prayer helps and leader guidelines. More information about the text can be found in Stott's commentary on 1 Timothy & Titus (WW12470).
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Review 1 for 1 Timothy & Titus: Fighting the Good Fight, John Stott Bible Studies
Date:April 15, 2010
If you want to get to know Timothy & Titus, This book is for you(it was for me).!!!Thanks!!!
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Date:March 6, 2009
A five star rating. A women's study group is currently studying this book. We have covered almost all of John Stott's books, and we feel he handles Bible studies from a theological view that really instucts us. We have received a spiritual blessing session after session.