It is difficult today to discern much of a difference between Christians and non-Christians. The person who claims to be a Christian with saving faith seems no different from the one who claims otherwise. In this context, many are left wondering what true faith is. This brief study on Paul's letter to Titus addresses the question of what it means to be a genuine follower of Jesus Christ. May this book challenge you to explore afresh the necessity of pursuing good works in view of God's free gift of salvation!
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About the Author
Paul Jeon (PhD, Catholic University of America) is the lead pastor of NewCity, a church-plant in Northern Virginia. He is also Visiting Professor of New Testament at Reformed Theological Seminary, an ordained minister for the Presbyterian Church of America, and author of Introducing Romans.
Table of Contents
Foreword Jimmy Choi ix
1 Introduction 1
2 True Faith (1:1-4) 7
3 Irreproachable Leaders (1:5-16) 13
4 Theocentric Household (2:1-15) 20
5 Upright Citizens (3:1-8a) 28
6 Steadfast Devotion to Good Works (3:8b-15) 35
7 Conclusion 43
For Further Study 49