Titus 3 Commentary

Excellent commentary on Titus 3, an oft misused or misapplied passage.
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Faith, Grace, and Torah

Titus Seal

By: Eric Turner          Faith, Grace, and Torah

 

Titus 3 is one of the most misunderstood and incorrectly interpreted Chapters in all of the Bible. What we will do today is allow the scriptures to interpret themselves, and figure out exactly what the fullness of the message is that Paul commissioned Titus to deliver as an overseer in the assemblies in Crete. Most mainstream theologians twist these scriptures, along with the other scriptures, to promote an Anti-Law doctrine that simply is not Biblical in any way. What we will find is that Paul has been falsely accused as well as highly misunderstood in most of His Epistles, especially this Chapter, and it can be extremely damaging to the souls of our Brothers. I pray that your eyes be opened, and your ears not be dull of hearing the message Titus is being commissioned to deliver.

 

Titus 3

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2 Responses to Titus 3 Commentary

  1. connie says:

    Thank you, Pete, for finding all these tov sites. I don’t know how you find them, but I’d like to know. I run across a few as I’m searching, but not like these.

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    • Pete Rambo says:

      as you wish… ;o)

      The right hand side of my blog now has a grid with a bunch of the blogs I keep an eye on… Some I really like, some I find balance from, though may or may not be Torah sites… A couple have no real ministry connection. Hope that helps you find other places to read as you get your ‘internet legs.’

      Be blessed, sis!!

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