This brief letter to one of Paul’s young associates was probably written shortly after Paul’s release from prison in Rome, in A.D. 62 or 63. It was intended to guide Titus on his mission to correct faults in the churches of Crete. The letter is practical, and emphasizes the essential link between doctrine and moral purity.
OUTLINE OF CONTENTS
|I.||Titus’ Mission||Titus 1|
|II.||Christian Teaching||Titus 2|
|III.||Doing What Is Good||Titus 3|