Find out Paul’s advice in this letter to Titus.
The twelfth, and penultimate, of Paul's Epistles is Titus. Like II Timothy, it was written in Paul's later years, in approximately 64 AD.
Paul had twice visited the Mediterranean island of Crete and, on his second visit, had left his trusted disciple Titus there, to continue ministering to the Cretians whilst he himself journeyed on to Macedonia.
News had come to Paul from Crete that Titus was being opposed by ungodly men who belonged to the Church. Paul's response was to write this letter, instructing new believers on how they should conduct themselves when faced with pagan enemies of the Christians.
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