Pastoral Epistles

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Pastoral Epistles:

name for the New Testament letters of TimothyTimothy,
two letters of the New Testament. With Titus they comprise the Pastoral Epistles, in which St. Paul addresses his coworkers as the guardians and transmitters of his teaching.
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 and TitusTitus,
letter of the New Testament. With First and Second Timothy, it comprises the Pastoral Epistles, purportedly written by St. Paul. Titus resembles First Timothy in detail; it consists of points regarding the regulation of church government, while stressing the need for the
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A case that borders on our discussion occurs with Paul according to the book of Timothy. Paul calls himself the "foremost" of sinners (1 Tim 1:15), but he nevertheless defends his integrity, as do Jeremiah and the psalmists, when he says "I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith" (1 Tim 4:7).
He then read from Amos and the first book of Timothy and spoke on the words of warning given to Israelites.