The inscription. A description of Timothy. The fictions of Metaphrastes, Lapide, and others, concerning him, 1. The occasion and argument of the Epistle, 2. It is proven that it was written at Laodicea, and is the same that is indicated in Colossians 4:16, 3. It was written, not in the first Macedonian journey, nor in the interval of two years, in which he stayed at Ephesus, nor in his first Roman bonds, but after his release from bonds, when he returns into the East, and proceeds into Macedonia, 4. The division of the Epistle, in which there is an assortment of admonitions, is only able to be organized according to chapers, an epitome of which is exhibited. Interpreters of the Epistle, Ancient, Reformed, Lutheran, Roman Catholic; and also a Synoptic Table, 5.