The epistle to Titus is the second of the pastoral epistles written by Paul, and its similar to 1st Timothy in many ways. Titus was a Greek and a Gentile. He was with Paul during the Jerusalem meeting of Acts 15 and the fact that he wasn’t compelled to be circumcised supported Paul’s case against Judaism in the epistle to the Galatians.
In the epistle to Titus, Paul had appointed Titus to oversee the churches in Crete. After Paul had been released from Rome, he continued his missionary work there. News of conditions of Crete came by messengers and Paul saw that Titus needed encouragement so he wrote this epistle to strengthen and give him the authority to settle disputes in Crete.
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