All stores are open, see our trading hours
FREE SHIPPING FOR AUSTRALIAN WEB ORDERS OVER $99
WISHLISTS
All stores are open, see our trading hours

2 Timothy (Opening Up Series)

Paperback|Sep 2006
Product Rating: 0

$12.99

This fine new series is aimed at the 'average person in the church' and combines brevity, accuracy and readability with an attractive page layout. Thought-provoking questions make the books ideal for use both by individuals and groups in exploring how...


Out of Stock
Available to Order

Expected to ship in 5 to 6 weeks from Australia.

Free Shipping
for orders over $99.

This fine new series is aimed at the 'average person in the church' and combines brevity, accuracy and readability with an attractive page layout. Thought-provoking questions make the books ideal for use both by individuals and groups in exploring how Timothy should be a faithful leader anchoring his life in the God breathed out scriptures. The book contains a brief overview of the biblical material, a map, timeline, and provides a helpful introductory background, without going into unnecessary detail. Discussion questions are divided into two sections: 'For further study" and 'To think about and discuss".

Additional Information:

***
Features Simple (but not simplistic) tool to help individuals and small groups open up the Bible for themselves;
***Priced to suit the pocket;
***Two levels of questions: study and personal application plus resources for further reading;
-Publisher.

2 Timothy is the last letter the apostle Paul ever wrote and it contains his final counsel to Christian believers. From his opening wordsGrace mercy and peaceto his closing blessingGrace be with youhis letter tersely counsels young Timothy what to do in the light of influences and pressures believers face as they live for God in difficult times. This easytoread guide to Paul's letter may be used for group or individual study.
-Publisher

This letter tersely counsels us what to do in the light of influences and pressures believers face as we live for God in difficult times.
-Publisher

PRODUCT DETAIL

Peter Williams

Peter Williams is an internationally renowned Bach scholar and performer. He was Professor of Performance Practice and the first Director of the Russell Collection of Harpsichords at the University of Edinburgh, Arts and Sciences Distinguished Professor at Duke University N. C., and is currently John Bird Professor at the University of Wales, Cardiff. He has written numerous books on the organ, organ history and organ repertoire. The first edition of The Organ Music of J. S. Bach was published in 1980 (vols I and II) and 1984 (vol. III).