Category Archives: Titus

Titus 2:5, Working Women, and Biblical Priorities

Note: Some initial thoughts on a controversial topic. These thoughts originated after reading about the attack on Ann Romney (the wife of Mitt Romney) who was accused of never having worked a day in her life, because she chose to raise her … Continue reading

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C.S. Lewis, Mere Christianity: Analysis and Application Part XIII, Lewis and Charity

Lewis’ discussion on charity is captivating and simple. It is in essence the summary of the law. Love is that great attribute of God that spurs us to love others and to obey God. This point is worth stressing. Love … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Jesus and Self-Mastery from Titus

Titus’ qualifications of a sound church composed of sanctified believers in chapter 2 verses 1-10 finds its ultimate fulfillment in Christ. Christ is as Reggie Kidd has written “a case in self-mastery.” He possessed integrity and incorruptibility (vs.7). But beyond … Continue reading

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