Last week, we looked at the first qualification – he must be above reproach, or "blameless." This is the umbrella qualification under which all the others sit. The idea of being beyond reproach is that there is no hook in the man’s character upon which an accusation could be hung. He’s not perfect, but he has no character flaw, no pattern of behavior that could support or validate an accusation of bad behavior. Today, we explore the remaining verses, where Paul lists some examples of what he’s talking about.