†JAMES A. TURNER
INFORMATION CONCERNING PAULíS EPISTLES
EPISTLES OF PAUL BEFORE HIS FIRST ROMAN IMPRISONMENT
I Thessalonians was written from
II Thessalonians was also written from
I Corinthians was written from
††††††††††† Acts 18
II Corinthians was written only a few months
††††††††††††††††† Corinthians is about 56-57 A.D.
Galatians would probably fit the same time frame
and probably written a short time after II Corinthians from
Romans was definitely
PAUL WROTE EPHESIANS, PHILIPPIANS, COLOSSIANS, AND PHILEMON
DURING HIS FIRST ROMAN IMPRISONMENT.
Ephesians, Colossians, and Philemon were sent forth
at the same time and sooner than Philippians (Eph.3
HEBREWS, I TIMOTHY AND TITUS WERE WRITTEN BETWEEN PAULíS
FIRST AND SECOND ROMAN IMPRISONMENT.
Several writers give around 63 A.D. as the time that Hebrews was written, and this seems very logical (Heb. -19, ). I Timothy and Titus do not fit in the time frame of Paulís labor as recorded by Luke in the Book of Acts.
I Timothy and Titus give proof
that Paul was released from his first imprisonment at Rome and was very busy
doing evangelistic work and revisiting the churches that he and his fellow
workers had established (Titus 1
II TIMOTHY WAS WRITTEN DURING PAULíS SECOND ROMAN IMPRISONMENT.
II Timothy shows very plainly that he did not expect to be released from this imprisonment. In fact it looks like he had already received the death sentence and was waiting for the time of his execution