Titus 3 Resources


ADORNING THE DOCTRINE OF GOD
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Another Overview Chart - Titus - Charles Swindoll


HENRY ALFORD

James Rosscup writes that "This was the great work in the life of the versatile Dean of Canterbury. An outcome of this production was the New Testament for English Readers (4 vols.). Alford was a Calvinist, conservative and premillennial, though not dispensational. He takes a literal interpretation of the thousand years in Rev. 20 and has a famous quote there, is strong on sovereign election as in Ro 8:2930 and 1Pe 1:2, but, unfortunately, holds to baptismal regeneration in such texts as Titus 3:5 and John 3:5. He shows a great knowledge of the Greek text and faces problems of both a doctrinal and textual nature." (Commentaries for Biblical Expositors: An Annotated Bibliography of Selected Works)

John Piper writes ""When I’m stumped with a...grammatical or syntactical or logical [question] in Paul, I go to Henry Alford. Henry Alford...comes closer more consistently than any other human commentator to asking my kinds of questions."

Charles Haddon Spurgeon writes that this text "is an invaluable aid to the critical study of the text of the New Testament. You will find in it the ripened results of a matured scholarship, the harvesting of a judgment, generally highly impartial, always worthy of respect, which has gleaned from the most important fields of Biblical research, both modern and ancient, at home and abroad. You will not look here for any spirituality of thought or tenderness of feeling; you will find the learned Dean does not forget to do full justice to his own views, and is quite able to express himself vigorously against his opponents; but for what it professes to be, it is an exceedingly able and successful work. The later issues are by far the most desirable, as the author has considerably revised the work in the fourth edition. What I have said of his Greek Testament applies equally to Alford’s New Testament for English Readers,* which is also a standard work." (Spurgeon, C. H. Lectures to my Students, Vol. 4: Commenting and Commentaries; Lectures Addressed to the students of the Pastors' College, Metropolitan Tabernacle)

DON ANDERSON

PAUL APPLE

BAKER EVANGELICAL DICTIONARY - et al

WILLIAM BARCLAY

ALBERT BARNES

James Rosscup writes that Barnes "includes 16 volumes on the Old Testament, 11 on the New Testament. The New Testament part of this old work was first published in 1832–1851. Various authors contributed. It is evangelical and amillennial...Often the explanations of verses are very worthwhile." (Commentaries for Biblical Expositors: An Annotated Bibliography of Selected Works)

C H Spurgeon "Albert Barnes is a learned and able divine, but his productions are unequal in value, the gospels are of comparatively little worth, but his other comments are extremely useful for Sunday-school teachers and persons with a narrow range of reading, endowed with enough good sense to discriminate between good and evil....Placed by the side of the great masters, Barnes is a lesser light, but taking his work for what it is and professes to be, no minister can afford to be without it, and this is no small praise for works which were only intended for Sunday-school teachers." (Spurgeon, C. H. Lectures to my Students, Vol. 4: Commenting and Commentaries; Lectures Addressed to the students of the Pastors' College, Metropolitan Tabernacle)

BRIAN BELL

CHRIS BENFIELD

JOHANN BENGEL

Spurgeon comments on the goal to make Bengel's Gnomon (listed above) more accessible -- "Such is the professed aim of this commentary, and the compilers have very fairly carried out their intentions. The whole of Bengel’s Gnomon is bodily transferred into the work, and as 120 years have elapsed since the first issue of that book, it may be supposed that much has since been added to the wealth of Scripture exposition; the substance of this has been incorporated in brackets, so as to bring it down to the present advanced state of knowledge. We strongly advise the purchase of this book, as it...will well repay an attentive perusal. Tischendorf and Alford have contributed largely...to make this one of the most lucid and concise commentaries on the text and teachings of the New Testament" (Spurgeon, C. H. Lectures to my Students, Vol. 4: Commenting and Commentaries; Lectures Addressed to the students of the Pastors' College, Metropolitan Tabernacle)

JOSEPH BENSON

JOHN HENRY BERNARD

BEST COMMENTARIES ON TITUS

BETHANY BIBLE

BRIAN BILL

HORATIUS BONAR

ERNEST FAULKNER BROWN THE PASTORAL EPISTLES TITUS

D Edmond Hiebert - Westminster Commentaries. London: Methuen & Co. (1917). A concise, conservative, phrase-by-phrase interpretation by a missionary in India who understands the positions of Timothy and Titus in the light of his own missionary experience.

PAUL BUCKNELL

JOHN BUNYAN

JOHN CALVIN

James Rosscup - Calvin was not only a great theologian but also a great expositor, and his insight into Scripture contributed to his grasp of doctrinal truth. His commentaries are deep in spiritual understanding, usually helpful on problem passages, and refreshing in a devotional sense to the really interested reader. He usually offers good help on a passage. The present work skips Judges, Ruth, Samuel, Kings, Chronicles, Ezra, Nehemiah, Esther, Job, Ecclesiastes, Song of Solomon, II and III John and Revelation. Calvin is amillennial on long-range prophecy, but in other respects usually has very contributive perception on passages and doctrinal values edifying to the believer. He also can be very wordy, but the serious and patient glean much. 

CAMBRIDGE BIBLE FOR SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES - A. E. Humphreys

D Edmond Hiebert - The introduction adequately treats the critical problems from a conservative position. Full and informative notes on the text; valuable appendixes.

CAMBRIDGE GREEK NEW TESTAMENT

D Edmond Hiebert - Greek text. The introductions provide a satisfactory study of the problems connected with the Pastorals from a conservative viewpoint. The exegetical notes on the text of the epistles are thorough, thoughtful, and scholarly.

Cyril Barber - This....1886 commentary from the Cambridge Greek Testament series readily interacts with critical issues raised by the publication of the NT texts of Tischendorf and Tregelles. Plummer then treats these letters in a most commendable way, providing some unique insights into the thought of the apostle and the nuances of the original text. (The Minister's Library, Volume 2)

James Rosscup writes "Though old, this is a good study from the Greek text which will be helpful in any more advanced study of the epistles. There are other works more highly recommended, however." (Commentaries for Biblical Expositors: An Annotated Bibliography of Selected Works)

ALAN CARR

RICH CATHERS

CENTURY BIBLE COMMENTARY

ADAM CLARKE

Click critique of his theological persuasion.

James Rosscup - This old, conservative Wesleyan Methodist work is good devotionally and aggressive for righteous living. Laypeople can find it still valuable today. It is Arminian in viewpoint and thus helpful, for example, in showing the reader how this approach deals with texts involving the eternal security question. The work contains much background material from many sources on all books of the Bible.

Spurgeon - Adam Clarke is the great annotator of our Wesleyan friends; and they have no reason to be ashamed of him, for he takes rank among the chief of expositors. His mind was evidently fascinated by the singularities of learning, and hence his commentary is rather too much of an old curiosity shop, but it is filled with valuable rarities, such as none but a great man could have collected....If you have a copy of Adam Clarke, and exercise discretion in reading it, you will derive immense advantage from it, for frequently by a sort of side-light he brings out the meaning of the text in an astonishingly novel manner. I do not wonder that Adam Clarke still stands, notwithstanding his peculiarities, a prince among commentators. I do not find him so helpful as Gill, but still, from his side of the question, with which I have personally no sympathy, he is an important writer, and deserves to be studied by every reader of the Scriptures. He very judiciously says of Dr. Gill, “He was a very learned and good man, but has often lost sight of his better judgment in spiritualizing the text;” this is the very verdict which we pass upon himself, only altering the last sentence a word or two; “He has often lost sight of his better judgment in following learned singularities;” the monkey, instead of the serpent, tempting Eve, is a notable instance.

GEORGE CLARKE

STEVEN COLE

THOMAS CONSTABLE

W A CRISWELL

RON DANIEL

J N DARBY

JOHN DUMMELOW

J LIGON DUNCAN

EASY ENGLISH

CHARLES ELLICOTT - COMMENTARY FOR ENGLISH READERS - Editor

James Rosscup - Though concise in its statements, this old commentary reveals a thorough knowledge of the Greek and is very helpful in matters of grammar and word meanings.

THEODORE EPP

EXPLORE THE BIBLE

EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE COMMENTARY- Alfred Plummer

EXPOSITOR'S GREEK TESTAMENT - Newport J. D. White

PATRICK FAIRBAIRN - The Pastoral Epistles , 1874

D Edmond Hiebert - Uses the Greek text of Tischendorf and the author's translation on facing pages. A voluminous (nearly 450 pages) exposition by a conservative Scottish theologian. Still worth consulting but devoid of the results of recent scholarship.

DON FORTNER

A C GAEBELEIN

James Rosscup - This dispensationally oriented work is not verse-by-verse, but deals with the exposition on a broader scale, treating blocks of thought within the chapters. Cf. also Arno C. Gaebelein, Gaebelein’s Concise Commentary on the Whole Bible (I Volume, Neptune, NJ: Loizeaux, 1985), the Annotated Bible revised. The author was a popular evangelical Bible teacher of the first part of the century, much like H. A. Ironside in his diligent but broad, practical expositions of Bible books. Gaebelein was premillennial and dispensational, and editor for many years of Our Hope Magazine.

TONY GARLAND

GENE GETZ - principles from the respecitive passages

Cyril Barber on Getz's written work on Titus - Published first in 1978 by Zondervan. This practical study now takes its place alongside the author's other "Measure of" books. It is a pleasing series of meditations on Paul's letter to his youthful protege and edifies as well as instructs the reader. (The Minister's Library - Volume 2)

  • Titus 2:15-3:7;  Conquering Evil with Good: Without compromising our own faith, we are to do everything we can to demonstrate Christlike qualities to unbelievers. Video
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JOHN GILL

James Rosscup - Gill (1697–1771), a pastor of England, wrote these which are two-column pages, ca. 900–1,000 pages per volume, Originally they were 9 volumes, folio. He also wrote Body of Divinity, 3 volumes, and several other volumes. His commentary is evangelical, wrestles with texts, is often wordy and not to the point but with worthy things for the patient who follow the ponderous detail and fish out slowly what his interpretation of a text is. He feels the thousand years in Revelation 20 cannot begin until after the conversion of the Jews and the bringing in of the fullness of the Gentiles and destruction of all antiChristian powers (volume 6, p. 1063) but in an amillennial sense of new heavens and new earth coming right after Christ’s second advent (1064–65), and the literal thousand years of binding at the same time. He feels the group that gathers against the holy city at the end of the thousand years is the resurrected wicked dead from the four quarters of the earth (i.e. from all the earth, etc. (1067).  

Spurgeon - Beyond all controversy, Gill was one of the most able Hebraists of his day, and in other matters no mean proficient...His ultraism is discarded, but his learning is respected: the world and the church take leave to question his dogmatism, but they both bow before his erudition. Probably no man since Gill’s days has at all equalled him in the matter of Rabbinical learning.

He preached in the same church as C. H. Spurgeon over one hundred years earlier. Yet most people today have never heard of John Gill. This is unfortunate, since his works contain priceless gems of information that are found nowhere except in the ancient writings of the Jews. 

GOSPEL COALITION - Alistar Begg, Justin Taylor, et al

GOT QUESTIONS

GRACE NOTES

L M GRANT Commentary on Titus

W H GRIFFITH-THOMAS

DAVE GUZIK - good modern commentary notes

MATTHEW HENRY

UNABRIDGED

Spurgeon - A Christian man wishing for the cream of expository writers could not make a better purchase. Ministers, as a rule, should not buy condensations, but get the works themselves.

James Rosscup - This evangelical work, devotional in character, has been in constant demand for about 280 years. Its insight into human problems is great, but it often does not deal adequately with problems in the text. The one-volume form eliminates the Biblical text and is thus less bulky. It has sold very well. The late Wilbur M. Smith, internationally noted Bible teacher, seminary professor and lover of books, tabbed this “The greatest devotional commentary ever written”. Henry was born in a Welch farmhouse, studied law, and became a Presbyterian minister near London. He wrote this commentary in the last 13 years before he died at 52 in 1714. The first of six volumes was published in 1708. He completed through Acts, and the rest of the New Testament was done by 14 clergymen. (Ed: Thus James are not the comments of Matthew Henry).

F B HOLE

HOLMAN CHRISTIAN STANDARD STUDY BIBLE

DAVID HOLWICK

HOMILETICS

ALFRED HUMPHREYS

INTERNATIONAL CRITICAL COMMENTARY Walter Lock

D Edmond Hiebert - Lock leans to the conservative view but makes no pronouncements on the vexing critical problems. The notes on the Greek text are rather thin. Not up to the high standard of this series.

INTERVARSITY PRESS COMMENTARY - Philip H Towner

HARRY A IRONSIDE

Cyril Barber - Continuously in print for 50 years, having made its debut in 1947. Ironside always has something good to say. He is easy to read, evangelical, and provides deft applications of the truth to life. One limitation of this revision is the use of the KJV when some other modern translation (e.g., NKJV) would have better served the needs of modern readers. Otherwise, this exposition is lucid and ideal for lay Bible study.

James Rosscup - He is staunchly evangelical, showing good broad surveys based on diligent study, practical turns, even choice illustrations. In prophecy he is premillennial dispensational....Many preachers have found that Ironside works, read along with heavier books on details of exegesis, help them see the sweep of the message and prime their spirits for practical relevance.

John Cereghin - Ironside, Harry A., Expository Notes on the Epistles of James and Peter, 1947, 41 pages. Brief devotional exposition. He attacks hyper-Calvinism (68); denounces the error of “soul sleep” (73); suggests that angels may refer to Genesis 6 (82-83); teaches the Premillennial coming of Christ (98). A practical and devotional exposition. Reprinted from the 1904 edition. 

JAMIESON, FAUSSET, BROWN

Rosscup - This is a helpful old set of 1863 for laypeople and pastors to have because it usually comments at least to some degree on problems. Though terse, it provides something good on almost any passage, phrase by phrase and is to some degree critical in nature. It is evangelical. There is also a 1-volume edition, briefer at some points (Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1961). Especially in its multi-volume form this is one of the old evangelical works that offers fairly solid though brief help on many verses. Spurgeon said, “It contains so great a variety of information that if a man had no other exposition he would find himself at no great loss if he possessed this and used it diligently” (Commenting and Commentaries, p. 3). Things have changed greatly since this assessment! It is primarily of help to pastors and lay people looking for quick, though usually somewhat knowledgeable treatments on verses.

Spurgeon - A really standard work. We consult it continually, and with growing interest. Mr. Fausset’s portion strikes us as being of the highest order. 

My Comment - This is one of the best older (Pre-1800) works on interpretation of prophecy as it tends to interpret the text literally and not allegorically. 

S LEWIS JOHNSON

HAMPTON KEATHLEY  lll

WILLIAM KELLY

PAUL E KRETZMANN - Popular Commentary

LANGE'S COMMENTARY

D Edmond Hiebert -  Oosterzee, J. J. Van, "The Pastoral Letters," J. P. Lange's Commentary on the Holy Scriptures. Translated from the German.  (1863). The abundant material is in three sections: exegetical and critical; doctrinal and ethical; homiletical and practical. A full evangelical treatment by a Dutch Reformed minister and theologian of the past century.

James Rosscup - The treatments of books within this evangelical set (Lange's Commentary) vary in importance. Generally, one finds a wealth of detailed commentary, background, and some critical and exegetical notes. Often, however, there is much excess verbiage that does not help particularly. On the other hand, it usually has something to assist the expositor on problems and is a good general set for pastors and serious lay people though it is old.

J P LILLEY TITUS EXPOSITORY COMMENTARY

D Edmond Hiebert - A scholarly, conservative work (published in 1901) giving a comprehensive discussion of the Pastorals as a group as well as the individual epistles. A verse-by-verse exposition characterized by spiritual warmth and practical appeal.

JOHN MACARTHUR

ALEXANDER MACLAREN

J VERNON MCGEE - Through the Bible comments - Pithy style.

F B MEYER

HEINRICH MEYER Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament

D Edmond Hiebert - Greek text. A full exegetical treatment of these epistles by an evangelical German scholar of the past century (1893). Scholarly and technical, providing references to scholarly views of the authors own times.

HENRY MORRIS - Defender's Study Bible Notes

NET NOTES

PHIL NEWTON

JOSEPH PARKER - The People's Bible 

GENE PENSIERO

J B PHILLIPS

J C PHILPOT

A W PINK

JOHN PIPER

PREACHER'S HOMILETICAL COMMENTARY

PRECEPT MINISTRY

RAY PRITCHARD

PULPIT COMMENTARY

REFORMATION STUDY BIBLE

ROBERT RAYBURN

REFORMATION STUDY BIBLE

RON RITCHIE

A T ROBERTSON

DON ROBINSON

GIL RUGH

J C RYLE

SERMON BIBLE COMMENTARY

SERMONS BY VERSE - older expositions

CHARLES SIMEON

CHUCK SMITH

JAMES SMITH

C H SPURGEON

RAY STEDMAN

THEOLOGY OF WORK PROJECT

THIRD MILLENNIUM - OLD VERSION

BOB UTLEY

RAY VAN NETTLE

VERSE BY VERSE COMMENTARY - Bruce Hurt, MD

MARVIN VINCENT

THOMAS WATSON

OCTAVIUS WINSLOW


OUR DAILY BREAD DEVOTIONALS

TODAY IN THE WORD DEVOTIONALS

SERMONS BY VERSE - Older expositions
 

Political Duties T. Croskery Titus 3:1
Avoiding Evil Speaking W. Baxendale. Titus 3:1-2
Christian Duty T. Taylor, D. D. Titus 3:1-2
Christian Gentleness T. Taylor, D. D. Titus 3:1-2
Christian Meekness T. Taylor, D. D. Titus 3:1-2
Christian Usefulness J. Burns, D. D. Titus 3:1-2
Christians Should be Taught Good Citizenship Professor B. Pierce. Titus 3:1-2
Civil Duties J. O. Dykes, D. D. Titus 3:1-2
Contention to be Avoided T. Taylor, D. D. Titus 3:1-2
Cure for Evil Speaking A. W. Hare, M. A. Titus 3:1-2
Detraction W. Moodie, D. D., T. Taylor, D. D. Titus 3:1-2
Duty D. Thomas, D. D. Titus 3:1-2
Evil Speaking Archbishop Tillotson. Titus 3:1-2
Evil Speaking Isaac Barrow, D. D. Titus 3:1-2
Gentleman Defined J.C. Hare. Titus 3:1-2
Honouring Authority H. W. Beecher. Titus 3:1-2
Meekness   Titus 3:1-2
Ministers Remembrancers T. Taylor, D. D. Titus 3:1-2
Obedience to Civil Magistrates N. Emmons, D. D. Titus 3:1-2
On Evil Speaking J. Jortin, D. D. Titus 3:1-2
Readiness to Good Works Explained and Recommended J. Benson. Titus 3:1-2
Sin of Evil Speaking F. W. Robertson, M. A. Titus 3:1-2
Subjection to Civil Rulers Henry Dove, D. D. Titus 3:1-2
Subjection to the State W.M. Statham Titus 3:1, 2
The Authority of Law F. Wagstaff. Titus 3:1-2
The Christian Citizen C. S. Robinson, D. D. Titus 3:1-2
The Christian Citizen Monday Club Sermons Titus 3:1-2
The Christian's Loyalty to Secular Government D. C. Hughes, M. A. Titus 3:1-2
The Might of Meekness J. O. Dykes, D. D. Titus 3:1-2
The Subject's Duty John Cleaver, M. A. Titus 3:1-2
To the Active Christian G. Brooks. Titus 3:1-2
Duty D. Thomas Titus 3:1-3
Of Evil-Speaking in General Isaac Barrow Titus 3:2
The Right Deportment of Christians Toward All Men T. Croskery Titus 3:2
A Significant Contrast J. O. Dykes, D. D. Titus 3:3
An Humiliating Retrospect T. Croskery Titus 3:3
Before Conversion and After T. Taylor, D. D. Titus 3:3
Foolish T. Taylor, D. D. Titus 3:3
Frowardness T. Taylor, D. D. Titus 3:3
Living in Malice and Envy, Hateful, and Hating One Another T. Taylor, D. D. Titus 3:3
Lusts and Pleasures T. Taylor, D. D. Titus 3:3
Malice T. Watson. Titus 3:3
Malice and Rancour G. Crabb. Titus 3:3
Malice Self-Destructive   Titus 3:3
The Difference Between the Present and the Past of Life T. Taylor, D. D. Titus 3:3
The Slavery of Sin Bp. Moberly. Titus 3:3
The Transforming Power of the Gospel F. Wagstaff. Titus 3:3
Transforming Power of the Holy Spirit J. Lawson. Titus 3:3
Various Kinds of Deceived Persons T. Taylor, D. D. Titus 3:3
Abundant Supply of Grace T. Taylor, D. D. Titus 3:4-7
Eminent Holiness The Evangelist Titus 3:4-7
God's Kindness   Titus 3:4-7
God's Kindness Only Partially Seen by the Soul   Titus 3:4-7
God's Love Incomparable John R. Miller. Titus 3:4-7
God's Love to Men Richard Newton. Titus 3:4-7
God's Method of Justification J. Bunting. Titus 3:4-7
Good Work, no Ground of Acceptance with God Major Whittle. Titus 3:4-7
Good Works not to be Relied On T. Secker. Titus 3:4-7
Heirs of Eternal Life T. Taylor, D. D. Titus 3:4-7
Looking for the Hope of Eternal Life Mrs. Bottome. Titus 3:4-7
Regeneration Weekly Pulpit Titus 3:4-7
Regeneration H. Quick. Titus 3:4-7
Relation of Justification to Regeneration R. W. Hamilton, D. D. Titus 3:4-7
Salvation O. McCutcheon. Titus 3:4-7
Salvation by Grace Expository Outlines Titus 3:4-7
Salvation Viewed from God's Side Bp. Jackson. Titus 3:4-7
Salvation, not of Works, But of Grace Homilist Titus 3:4-7
Salvation, not of Works, But of Grace D. Thomas Titus 3:4-7
Spiritual Washing   Titus 3:4-7
St. Paul's Gospel J. O. Dykes, D. D. Titus 3:4-7
That Being Justified by His Grace D. Thomas, D. D. Titus 3:4-7
The Difficulty of Removing the Pollution of Sin   Titus 3:4-7
The Disposition of God H. W. Beecher. Titus 3:4-7
The Finished Work of Christ   Titus 3:4-7
The Laver of Regeneration T. Taylor, D. D. Titus 3:4-7
The Laver of Regeneration A. Plummer, D. D. Titus 3:4-7
The Origin, Nature, Means, and End of Salvation T. Croskery Titus 3:4-7
The Power of God's Kindness J.W. Lance. Titus 3:4-7
The Renewing of the Holy Ghost D. Moore, M. A. Titus 3:4-7
The Renewing of the Holy Spirit E. H. Hopkins. Titus 3:4-7
The Source of Salvation F. Wagstaff. Titus 3:4-7
The Way of Salvation   Titus 3:4-7
Working Hard for Salvation   Titus 3:4-7
Of the Necessity of Divine Influences to Produce Regeneration in the Soul Philip Doddridge Titus 3:5
The Mercy of God W.M. Statham Titus 3:5
Justification; Faith; Works D. Thomas Titus 3:7, 8
Creed and Conduct A. Maclaren, D. D. Titus 3:8
Good Works J. King, B. A. Titus 3:8
Good Works T. B. Baker, M. A. Titus 3:8
Good Works T. Selden. Titus 3:8
Morality the Proper Subject of Preaching W. Enfield. Titus 3:8
On the Necessity of Christian Morality D. Stevenson. Titus 3:8
On the Necessity of Good Works Abp. Tillotson. Titus 3:8
Practical Christianity Homilist Titus 3:8
Some Hints to Preachers F. Wagstaff. Titus 3:8
The Connection of Faith and Good Works R. Ferguson, LL. D. Titus 3:8
The Maintenance of Good Works the Fruit of Faith W. Taylor. Titus 3:8
The Necessary Connection Between Gospel Doctrine and Good Works T. Croskery Titus 3:8
The Practice of Good Works Thos. Whincop, D. D. Titus 3:8
Christian Character W.M. Statham Titus 3:8, 14
A Warning Against Frivolous and Disputative Teaching T. Croskery Titus 3:9
Avoiding Unprofitable Questions Memoir of Dr. Brock. Titus 3:9
Controversy Foolish and Unprofitable T. Adams. Titus 3:9
Foolish Questions Reproved B. Beddome, M. A. Titus 3:9
It is Better not to Try to Understand Too Much T. Adams. Titus 3:9
Profitless Questions   Titus 3:9
Religious Disputes B. Calamy. Titus 3:9
The Polemical and the Practical Christian   Titus 3:9
The Right and Wrong Use of Genealogies T. Taylor, D. D. Titus 3:9
Unanswerable Questions to be Avoided Otto Funcke. Titus 3:9
Condemning of Himself Saturday Magazine Titus 3:10-11
Contagion of False Doctrine C. H. Spurgeon. Titus 3:10-11
Dilution of the Truth C. H. Spurgeon. Titus 3:10-11
Heresy Hunters H. W. Beecher. Titus 3:10-11
Heresy not to be Trifled With C. H. Spurgeon. Titus 3:10-11
The Right Attitude of Christian Ministers Toward Divisive Errorists T. Croskery Titus 3:10, 11
The Treatment of Heresy F. Wagstaff. Titus 3:10-11
Treatment of Heretics T. Taylor, D. D. Titus 3:10-11
Treatment of Heretics A. Plummer, D. D. Titus 3:10-11
Wilful Heresy James Foster., T. Taylor, D. D. Titus 3:10-11
Personal Directions T. Croskery Titus 3:12, 13
Christianity Enjoins Courtesy T. Taylor, D. D. Titus 3:13
Sermon to the Legal Profession T. De Witt Talmage, D. D. Titus 3:13
Titus' Duty to His Fellow Ministers G. Lawson, D. D. Titus 3:13
A Last Reminder Concerning Good Works T. Croskery Titus 3:14
Christianity Fruitful T. Taylor, D. D. Titus 3:14
Fruifulness the True Test Jonathan Edwards. Titus 3:14
The Mutual Property and Purpose of Good Men Homilist Titus 3:14
Christian Love T. Taylor, D. D. Titus 3:15
Christian Love   Titus 3:15
Salutation and Conclusion T. Croskery Titus 3:15
Shake Hands   Titus 3:15
The Worthless, the Pernicious, and the Desirable in Social Life D. Thomas Titus 3:9-15

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