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Epistle to Titus
"Paul's epistle to Titus is a short letter that contains interesting requirements for those wanting to be Church leaders as well as other Christian instruction. I used the New American Bible for the making of this quiz."
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Along with I Timothy and II Timothy, what type of letter is Titus classified?
Early in the letter, St. Paul writes to Titus about his purpose in leaving Titus in a certain location. What location is this?
After expressing to Titus the necessary attributes of presbyters and bishops, St. Paul then admonishes "irresponsible teachers". He goes on to say that: "A man of Crete, one of their own prophets, has testified, 'Cretans have ever been liars, beasts, and lazy gluttons,' and that is the simple truth!" (Titus 1:12-13) These verses have today become known as what?
The Epimenides paradox
What does St. Paul warn Titus to keep the Christian teachers unaffected by?
Magic and sorcery
Paul tells Titus to advise older women to avoid what particular vice, which often is more harmful than most of us tend to think?
What advice does St. Paul tell Titus to give to slaves?
To run away
To be submissive
To plead for their freedom
St. Paul writes to Titus, describing the condition of the believers' before "the kindness and love of God our Savior appeared..." What does he say that condition was?
What does St. Paul encourage Titus to tell the people in regards to their human government?
To follow only Christian laws
To be loyal and subject
What does St. Paul advise Titus to do in regards to heated discussions of theology and spiritual law?
Educate himself as best he can through such talk
Take a position and insist on it
Abstain from such discussions
St. Paul's Epistle to Titus is one of his shortest letters to appear in the New Testament. Which of these Epistles, usually attributed to Paul, is even shorter than Titus?
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