1 Timothy



According to the salutation we find in 1 Timoty 1:1, the author of 1 Timothy is the apostle Paul. Paul attests to the fact that he used to be “a blasphemer, and a persecutor” (1 Tim. 1:13), but that the grace of God “was exceeding abundant” (1 Tim. 1:4) and that Christ Jesus placed him “in the ministry” (1 Tim. 1:12)—all things we know of Paul’s life. The early church unanimously held to Pauline authorship for this epistle.

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