Archive for September, 2010

Earlier this year, I spent some time studying the Pastoral Epistles. As a young pastor, I treasure the practical and pastoral insights that come from 1 & 2 Timothy and Titus. But digging deep into these letters will unearth a number of thorny issues: Why is authorship disputed? What did Paul mean when he said […]

Andreas Köstenberger’s and Terry Wilder’s Entrusted with the Gospel: Paul’s Theology in the Pastoral Epistles is a valuable resource for anyone teaching, preaching, or writing on the Pastoral Epistles.  In particular, it is helpful for those entrusted with the role of shepherding the flock of God.  The authors have collected a leading group of evangelical […]

Paul Brewster has provided a gift for Baptists and fellow evangelicals by bringing the magnificent insights of Andrew Fuller once again to the forefront for a new generation. This timely and well-written volume exemplifies for us the kind of pastor-theologian model that is certainly worthy of imitation by the church leaders of our day. Brewster’s […]