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Who wrote Titus in the Bible?


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The Apostle Paul wrote Titus. This is the twelfth of the thirteen books by Paul to appear in The Bible.

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No, Paul wrote a letter to Titus in Crete, giving instruction on what characteristics to look for in choosing elders of the church.


Titus was a companion of Paul. About AD 66, Paul wrote his minister friend Titus to help him understand the pastor's role in the new churches. So Titus was a comtemporary of the apostle Paul around the middle of the 1st century.


The Apostle Paul about 63-65 AD. It is believed that Paul wrote to Titus after his first imprisonment in Rome. (Titus 1:1-4)


He wrote ten of them. Titus Andronicus is one.


Titus chapter one begins with introductory verses. The Apostle Paul then goes on to explain to Titus the qualifications of church leadership.


The main letters in the bible are to Titus, Timothy, Romans , Corinthians, and Peters.



Yes he was Greek, apparently from Antioch.


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The name 'Titus' is mentioned 15 times in the King James Version (KJV) of the Bible. It is found in the New Testament only in the writings of Paul.


Titus Andronicus was about the goriest, most horrific and most disgusting play Shakespeare wrote. It's all about revenge.


Paul wrote the book (called Titus), to Titus, a young preacher, to give him detailed instructions concerning the performance of his pastoral duties and responsible leadership to the church in Crete.


Jesus never wrote a Bible. The Bible was written by around 40 people over 1500 years. Some of the Bible is about Jesus' life but Jesus never wrote any of the Bible


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About 40 different men wrote the Bible


Titus Livy or Livy a he is commonly known, wrote a massive history of Rome from before the founding of the city to the time of Augustus.


Titus Andronicus is one. There are nine others.


It is in the New Testament between Titus 3 and Hebrews.


The books in the Bible that Paul is credited for riding includes Roman, 1 and 2 Corinthians, Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, 1 and 2 Thessalonian, 1 and 2 Timothy, Titus, and Philemon. In addition, it is believed he wrote Hebrews.


40 men wrote the Bible under divine inspiration. The first Bible writer was Moses, since he wrote the first Bible book - Genesis (also called 1.Moses).


A:the Epistle to Titus was written in the name of the apostle Paul, but it is clearly a pseudo-Pauline epistle written during the second century and addresses concerns that had arisen then. Being pseudepigraphical, we do not know who really wrote the book.


As per Harper's Bible Dictionary (1954) pg. 765 "Titus, whose home was probably in Antioch or its neighborhood, was born of Gentile parents (Gal 2:3) and was a convert of Paul (Tit 1:4)".


Titus Andronicus (1593) was the FIRST tragedy Shakespeare wrote. His last tragedy was Timon of Athens.


Obadiah wrote Obadiah.


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