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F. B. Hole's Old and New Testament Commentary

2 Timothy Overview




F. B. Hole.


WE HAVE NO certain knowledge of how many years elapsed between the writing of the 1James 2:1-26 nd epistles to Timothy but evidently there had been sufficient time for the development of a big down-grade movement in the church of God. The diverse characters stamped upon the two Epistles make this quite plain. In the first epistle Timothy is instructed as to good order in the church and exhorted to maintain it in the presence of disorders that threatened it. In the second we find that, while there is still disorder, serious defection has developed and that in some quarters even the foundations of the faith are in danger; consequently that which is official is not mentioned and the appeal is to individual faithfulness. This we shall see as we pursue our way through the epistle.


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Hole, Frank Binford. "Commentary on 2 Timothy:4 Overview". "F. B. Hole's Old and New Testament Commentary". 1947.

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