Titus – Apostolic Leadership
by Dr. J. Robert Clinton
Individual Commentary (pdf file). This book introduces a taxonomy of Apostolic ministries: Paul—Stage 1, Timothy—Stage 2, and Titus—Stage 3. Apostolic gift-mixes are explored for all three stages of apostolic ministry. Contextualization of Christian teaching into the situation in Crete is explored.
The book of Titus has as its basic overall theme: Setting the Church in Order involves the appointing of qualified leaders who are sound in teaching and who model a Christian lifestyle, and necessitates leaders who exhort others to practical Christian living. This book is a must for a church planter who will be working in a cross-cultural setting. (388 p.)
This book is one of a series of Biblical leadership commentaries. Titus, Paul’s companion, is a stage 2 apostolic leader. This commentary explores his apostolic ministry. It contains 49 leadership articles totaling 255 pages.
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