Today we’re going to take a look at the Book of Titus, which is one of those wonderful epistles or letters to the Church as it was being built by faithful leaders. This letter to Titus is known as one of the Pastoral Epistles, written by the apostle Paul to encourage his brother in the faith, Titus, whom he had left in Crete to lead the church which Paul had established on one of his missionary journeys. (Titus 1:5). This letter advises Titus about what qualifications to look for in leaders for the church. He also instructs future generations how we are to conduct ourselves. From older men to younger men, and older women to younger women.
But first, we’re checking in with our friend Robert Meyer. Robert writes for Renew America, and his latest article is, “Philosophical aspects of climate change controversy.”