St. John Chrysostom on 2 Timothy

St. John CHRYSOSTOM (c. 349 - c. 407), translated by Philip SCHAFF (1819 - 1893)

St. John Chrysostom (the golden-mouthed), the most famous preacher of his age turned his attention to 2 Timothy, giving a total of 10 sermons this letter by Paul to his beloved Timothy who he had appointed as an arch-bishop. This epistles is one of three that are called "pastoral" because they concern the conduct of church leaders. It is considered to be one of the last letters he wrote before his death in Rome. Summary by ancientchristian.

Genre(s): Christianity - Commentary

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 Homily 1: 2 Tim 1:1-7 ancientchristian
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Play 02 Homily 2: 2 Tim 1:8-12 ancientchristian
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Play 03 Homily 3: 2 Tim 1:13-18 ancientchristian
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Play 04 Homily 4: 2 Tim 2:1-10 ancientchristian
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Play 05 Homily 5: 2 Tim 2:11-19 ancientchristian
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Play 06 Homily 6: 2 Tim 2:20-26 ancientchristian
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Play 07 Homily 7: 2 Tim 3:1-7 ancientchristian
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Play 08 Homily 8: 2 Tim 3:1-15 ancientchristian
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Play 09 Homily 9: 2 Tim 3:16 - 4:8 ancientchristian
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Play 10 Homily 10: 2 Tim 4:9 - 13 ancientchristian
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