NT225 Survey of the Pastoral Epistles

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Explore the content and major themes of 1 and 2 Timothy and Titus with New Testament Professor Kenneth Waters Sr. You’ll examine the doctrine of salvation, learn the difference between “imminent” and “immanent” eschatology, gain background information on Timothy and Titus, and see the bigger picture of where and how these letters fit in with the rest of Paul’s journeys and our own spiritual formation. Dr. Waters also looks at the controversies that surround the interpretation of these texts. You’ll gain new insight into Paul’s remarks about slavery and the roles of women in the church.

Introduction

Introducing the Speaker and the Course

Introducing the Speaker and the Course

2m

Authorship

Arguments for Paul

Arguments for Paul

13m
Arguments against Paul

Arguments against Paul

8m
Implications

Implications

5m

Seven Themes

1. Sound Doctrine

1. Sound Doctrine

7m
Reverse Interlinears, Inline Search, and First Class Conditionals

Reverse Interlinears, Inline Search, and First Class Conditionals

10m
Sound Doctrine: Subthemes 1–6

Sound Doctrine: Subthemes 1–6

8m
Sound Doctrine: Subthemes 7–8

Sound Doctrine: Subthemes 7–8

10m
Conclusions about Proto-Gnosticism

Conclusions about Proto-Gnosticism

4m
2. Salvation: Already/Not Yet

2. Salvation: Already/Not Yet

5m
Using Inline Search and Louw-Nida Numbers

Using Inline Search and Louw-Nida Numbers

7m
Salvation Subthemes

Salvation Subthemes

6m
Salvation through Childbearing (1 Timothy 2:15): Four Options

Salvation through Childbearing (1 Timothy 2:15): Four Options

4m
Childbearing (1 Timothy 2:12–15): An Allegory

Childbearing (1 Timothy 2:12–15): An Allegory

7m
Using Commentaries with Ancient Literature for Exegesis

Using Commentaries with Ancient Literature for Exegesis

9m
Childbearing (1 Timothy 2:12–15): Ephesian Culture

Childbearing (1 Timothy 2:12–15): Ephesian Culture

4m
Salvation as Present and Future: Summary

Salvation as Present and Future: Summary

1m
3. Salvation in Our Conduct and Relationships

3. Salvation in Our Conduct and Relationships

8m
Salvation in Relationships: In the Household

Salvation in Relationships: In the Household

7m
Excursus: Slavery in the Transformed Haustafeln

Excursus: Slavery in the Transformed Haustafeln

5m
4. Salvation Is Trinitarian

4. Salvation Is Trinitarian

4m
Using Propositional Outlines to Study Chiasms

Using Propositional Outlines to Study Chiasms

9m
Excursus: Election versus Predestination

Excursus: Election versus Predestination

5m
5. God and Christ

5. God and Christ

10m
Excursus: God and Jesus Christ (Titus 2:13)

Excursus: God and Jesus Christ (Titus 2:13)

4m
6. Christ Will Return

6. Christ Will Return

8m
7. Household of God

7. Household of God

7m
Using BDAG to Search for Multiple Words Simultaneously

Using BDAG to Search for Multiple Words Simultaneously

9m
Paterfamilias

Paterfamilias

3m
Excursus: Priscilla and Women in the Church

Excursus: Priscilla and Women in the Church

7m

Ethics and Eschatology: A Comparative Discussion

Holy Spirit or Sound Doctrine as Agent of Transformation

Holy Spirit or Sound Doctrine as Agent of Transformation

6m
Sound Doctrine and the Spirit of Christ

Sound Doctrine and the Spirit of Christ

5m
Purity and Justification

Purity and Justification

5m
Salvation, Works, and Eschatology

Salvation, Works, and Eschatology

7m
Kingdom of God: Immanent in Luke-Acts

Kingdom of God: Immanent in Luke-Acts

6m
Kingdom of God: Imminent in Pastoral Epistles

Kingdom of God: Imminent in Pastoral Epistles

5m

Paul’s Journeys and Correspondence

First Missionary Journey

First Missionary Journey

7m
The Jerusalem Council

The Jerusalem Council

7m
Jewish Roots of the Jerusalem Compromise

Jewish Roots of the Jerusalem Compromise

3m
Second Missionary Journey

Second Missionary Journey

5m
Third Missionary Journey

Third Missionary Journey

4m
Journey to Rome

Journey to Rome

5m
Coupling the Interactive Atlas with Louw-Nida Place Numbers and Media Browser

Coupling the Interactive Atlas with Louw-Nida Place Numbers and Media Browser

8m
Paul’s Correspondence

Paul’s Correspondence

7m
Concluding Years of Paul’s Ministry

Concluding Years of Paul’s Ministry

4m
Paul in Ephesus (Part 1)

Paul in Ephesus (Part 1)

5m
Paul in Ephesus (Part 2)

Paul in Ephesus (Part 2)

4m
Enhancing Factbook with Media Browser and Biblical Event Navigator

Enhancing Factbook with Media Browser and Biblical Event Navigator

9m

Timothy and Titus

Timothy’s Background

Timothy’s Background

8m
Timothy’s Parents

Timothy’s Parents

5m
Timothy: Paul’s Helper

Timothy: Paul’s Helper

4m
Timothy: Paul’s Ambassador and Companion

Timothy: Paul’s Ambassador and Companion

4m
Timothy: Bishop and Prisoner

Timothy: Bishop and Prisoner

4m
Titus and Crete

Titus and Crete

7m
Titius Justus

Titius Justus

2m
Titus: Paul’s Companion and Ambassador

Titus: Paul’s Companion and Ambassador

5m
Paradigms for Paul

Paradigms for Paul

3m

Epistles as Occasional Correspondence

1 Timothy: Background and Purpose

1 Timothy: Background and Purpose

4m
Construct a Commentary Concordance with a Visual Filter

Construct a Commentary Concordance with a Visual Filter

8m
1 Timothy: Church Order and Conduct

1 Timothy: Church Order and Conduct

4m
1 Timothy: Piety and Relationships

1 Timothy: Piety and Relationships

2m
Titus: Background and Occasion

Titus: Background and Occasion

9m
2 Timothy: Background and Occasion

2 Timothy: Background and Occasion

7m
2 Timothy: Warning about Last Days

2 Timothy: Warning about Last Days

5m

Conclusion

Arguments Challenged

Arguments Challenged

2m