The significance of Paul's letter to Titus from the New Testament is made clear in this illuminating lecture by Dr. Bill Creasy. Dr. Creasy traces Titus' movements throughout the New Testament with clarity and humor, and thus reveals the significance of this important letter. Paul writes to Titus in Crete, exhorting him to keep the Cretan church in line. Creasy's inclusion of historical information and his expertise as a literature professor makes this lecture an easy choice for anyone wishing to learn more about the Bible.
Paul and Titus had worked together for many years, but in this letter Paul calls Titus to task. Left by Paul in Crete sometime between A.D. 63-67 to finish up the work they had started there, Titus has failed to complete the job. Paul writes this letter to give Titus a swift kick in the butt, telling him to complete the work quickly and to join Paul in western Greece as soon as possible. Listen as Logos Bible Study’s Dr. Bill Creasy finds Paul warning Titus to deal carefully with the people of Crete, for all Cretans, says Paul, are “liars, evil brutes, and lazy gluttons!”
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