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It is believed that Titus was a Macedonian gentile, one of the many Paul led to Christ. He accompanied Paul in Jerusalam, and it was he who some of the early Christians said should be circumcised before he was allowed to be a follower of Christ, which is what sparked the debate over whether gentiles coming to Christ were to be treated as second-class citizens. This letter concerns the conditions in the churches on the isle of Crete and focuses on the qualities of the church elders, bishops, and other leaders.
  • Bible Basics: Titus

    Presents background including authorship and origin, the significant sections, an overview, and various commentaries.

  • Dr. Constable's Notes on Titus

    Provides extensive detailed writings about this New Testament book, including the background against which it was written, maps, and an outline of the letter, as well as a verse-by-verse explanation of it.

  • Titus 1: Fit for Service

    This study of the first chapter of Titus, with links to subsequent chapters includes discussion questions, comments, and links to various bible translations of the letter.

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