This is an in-depth article written in summary of the Letter to Titus Chapter Two. This summary is purposed to serve as a doctrinal and theological commentary to the Bible. Written by Rev. M.S. Cox, Jr., these summaries highlight the essential need-to-know doctrines that make up solid theologies.
Introduction Paul introduces himself (1:1) and his office (apostle) and what qualifies him to serve in his office. Paul gives two authorities that are witnesses to his apostleship: The faith of the elect and his knowledge of the truth. This says that the faithful Christians qualified Paul to be an apostle and God, who have … Continue reading An In-Depth Summary of Titus Chapter 1