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Sometimes called Pastoral Epistles , these three individual letters were written to leaders of young, growing congregations in the context of Roman society. Whereas the emperor appeared epiphaneia to the people so also Christ appears the first and second time. And whereas godliness eusebeia meant showing respect for the Roman and Greek gods, so godliness is the way Christians live by the truth of the gospel.
Living under the lordship of Christ today means the church cannot allow nationalism and its elevation of statesmen as divine to rise above its loyalty to God. A second theme is the church as the household of God. Instead of describing the church as the body of Christ, these three letters pick up household terminology common in Roman culture. But they give household life new meaning.
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The Household of God is where God dwells, just as God dwells in the temple. Household behavior of leaders, men, women and slaves was modified to be consistent with faith in Christ, but not taken so far that the church lost its relevance in the first century world. In mission work today in a variety of cultural settings church leaders can find help from the Pastoral Epistles in contextualizing the gospel by accepting cultural practices that line up with Christian faith and rejecting other practices that do not conform to Christ.
A third theme is the character and work of the pastor. Paul writes to Timothy so that you may know how one ought to behave in the household of God 1 Tim Titus is to choose leaders elders, bishop who are blameless. Pastors lead by who they are, by their own spiritual maturity. In 2 Timothy Paul encourages Timothy to carry out his ministry fully, to proclaim the message of the gospel, and to willingly suffer for the gospel.
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This message is relevant for church leaders today, both to those who are discouraged in their work and to others who may not be giving enough attention to their own spiritual life. A fourth theme is suffering. Paul encourages Timothy to join him in suffering for the gospel 2 Tim because this suffering is tied to the suffering of Christ. In like manner, Anabaptists view the suffering church as tied to the suffering Christ.
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In a post-modern world the church and its leaders have been pushed out of the center to the margins of society. In addition to this social rejection, some church leaders experience martyrdom. Titus is an individual letter written to Titus, leader of the young church in Crete. Authorship and date for these letters is disputed. No one knows for sure who wrote them. Other scholars say they were written pseudonymously in the early second century when the monarchial bishop began to arise in the church.
A closer analysis suggests much of the content of these individual letters came from Paul with differences in vocabulary and syntax attributed to different secretaries. Of the three letters 2 Timothy is more personal and Pauline in tone. In tone Titus falls between the other two letters. Luke bridges the gap between the historical Paul and the Pauline legacy.
Ephesus was the fourth largest city in the Roman empire. Paul established a church in this city and later sent Timothy to Ephesus to give leadership to the church.
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Paul needed someone who knew both Judaism and Greco-Roman religions to guide the church. The religious life of Ephesus comprised several traditions including the huge temple of Artemis. Throughout the city were shrines to Cybele, the Phrygian mother goddess and Zeus the male deity. Egyptian mystery rites were present in the temple of Serapis.
Most prominent was the imperial temple dedicated to Augustus Caesar and his successor Roman emperors. In 1 Timothy Paul instructs Timothy to set forth a divinely organized pattern of life as the household of God. In contrast to the Roman emperor who was called savior soter , Jesus is savior soter. All of life is to be subject to the will of God. Vernon McGee , Paperback.
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About J. McGee remarked, "When I was born and the doctor gave me the customary whack, my mother said that I let out a yell that could be heard on all four borders of Texas! As a student pastor, Dr.
McGee's first church was located on a red clay hill in Midway, Georgia. It was there that he received his greatest compliment: "It was from a country boy wearing high buttoned, yellow shoes. After a morning service he came to speak to me. He groped for words, then blurted out, 'I never knew Jesus was so wonderful! As I watched him stride across the field, I prayed, 'Oh, God, help me to always preach so that it can be said, I never knew Jesus was so wonderful.
He recalls this period as the happiest in his life, with a young family and a young congregation whom he loved.