By Aída Besancon Spencer,Michael Bird,Craig S. Keener
"By explaining lexical, grammatical, historic, and theological concerns, and through focusing regularly on canonical connections and pastoral software, Aída Spencer has written a lucid remark that might end up precious for normal readers, scholars, and pastors alike."
--Eckhard J. Schnabel, affiliate editor of Bulletin of Biblical Research
"This quantity completes Spencer's precious statement at the Pastoral Epistles. Concise and readable, it additionally presents in-depth research of the circulate of every letter, and critical observe reviews delicate to either biblical and Greco-Roman utilization. . . . This quantity is principally delicate to the gender-oriented directions relating management and behavior in Titus and a pair of Timothy. hugely recommended."
--John R. Kohlenberger III, editor of The NIV Greek and English New Testament
"Aída Spencer's wealthy exposition of Paul's final letters is a welcome better half to her paintings at the first of the Pastoral letters, 1 Timothy. The statement beguiles because it combines brevity and economic system of expression with wealthy and deep perception into the which means of Paul's message to the pastors he despatched to Crete and Ephesus. As regularly, Spencer conscientiously attends to the realm of the writer and his recipients, framing his message in the cultural matrix of the Greco-Roman international. even as, she is helping pastor, instructor, and pupil bridge the space among the message then and now. pay attention and enjoy as you listen the timbre of the apostolic voice afresh and anew."
--Gene L. eco-friendly, writer of The Letters to the Thessalonians
Aída Besançon Spencer is Professor of latest testomony at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and outstanding Lecturer of North-West collage. along with educating, Dr. Spencer has labored as a Spanish group organizer and Presbyterian minister. She was once born and reared in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. She is the writer of twelve books and enormous quantities of articles together with 2 Corinthians: day-by-day Bible observation and Paul's Literary kind: A Stylistic comparability of II Corinthians 11:16-12:13, Romans 8:9-39, and Philippians 3:2-4:13.
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