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2 Timothy

Narrated by: Dr. Bill Creasy
Length: 1 hr and 22 mins
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In this audiobook, Dr. Bill Creasy, as part of a series presented by Logos Bible Study, gives a sermon on the second epistle to Timothy. Throughout this educational series, Dr. Creasy proves to be an excellent biblical scholar. With his PhD in English literature from UCLA, Dr. Creasy's lecture appeals to both religious and secular listeners. He provides in-depth historical analysis alongside detailed character descriptions. Meanwhile, Dr. Creasy looks at the important theological questions this epistle raises. With Dr. Creasy's dramatic pacing and thoughtful tone, these biblical lectures will surely engage many listeners.

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It is A.D. 68, the final year of Nero’s four-year persecution of the church, and Paul has been arrested, tried, convicted and sentenced to death. In 2 Timothy Paul writes his “last will and testament,” appointing Timothy as the one who will take over Paul’s ministry after his death. At this point, Timothy has spent 18 years with Paul and their relationship has developed into that of a father and a son. Join Logos Bible Study’s Dr. Bill Creasy as he explores this very personal letter from Paul to his “dear son,” Timothy.

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  • Kristen Jones
  • 29-11-19

Dr. Creasy did a good job setting the mood

Dr. Creasy did a great job setting the mood of Paul's last correspondence...from prison right before his execution.