Titus, letter of the New Testament. With First and Second Timothy , it comprises the Pastoral Epistles, purportedly written by St. Paul . Titus resembles First Timothy in detail it consists of points regarding the regulation of church government, while stressing the need for the continuation of Pauline teaching.
See J. D. Quinn, The Letter to Titus (1990).
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