It is generally accepted that the letter was written in the mid-60’s AD, in between two periods of Roman imprisonment for Paul. The first was that recorded in Acts Chapter 28 and the final one is alluded to in 2 Timothy, written when Paul was incarcerated awaiting his execution by beheading.
Paul had clearly spent some time planting new churches on the island of Crete. He had then departed to return to the mainland leaving Titus to establish leaders in all of the churches. Paul was also concerned over the false teaching of some, so exhorts Titus to combat them with sound Gospel teaching, establishing an excellent portrait of how the Christian life should be lived.
|Introduction||Watch||8 May 13|
|Chapter One||Watch||11 May 13|
|Chapter Two||Watch||15 May 13|
|Chapter Three||Watch||16 May 13|
|Summary||Watch||15 May 13|