The Books of II Timothy & Titus
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Written by Henry Vander Kam
Roman Emperor Nero is harsh in his treatment of prisoners. The apostle Paul is fully aware of the fact he is awaiting execution.
This epistle is the last one Paul ever wrote. It is written to Timothy, his 'son' and successor. It is brief – there is little time to write.
What does he write about? About his own sorry condition as a prisoner and seek to elicit the sympathy of Timothy? Not at all. Instead, Paul’s concern is for Christ’s body, His Church and warns and counsels Timothy to arm it with the truth of God…
Paperback, 100 pages, questions for discussion