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Questions about the Book of Titus

The book of Titus is the seventeenth book of the New Testament. This epistle to Titus, addressed by Paul to one of his most reliable helpers, deals chiefly with conditions in the churches in the Epistles and he was used by Paul for tasks requiring responsibility and discretion. Titus was in charge of the collection for the poor in Jerusalem; and he was placed over the churches in Crete because the inhabitants there were proverbially of low character. This Epistle can be divided into three parts: 1) The qualifications and duties of Elders. 2) The pastoral work of a true minister. 3) Exhortations to Godly living. The author of this book is Paul. Listed below are questions on the book of Titus. These questions can be used freely for Sunday school or bible study to help all young Christians study the scriptures. My prayers are with you always and may God bless you in your studies.

Titus Chapter 1

1) How does one become a servant of God? (Titus 1:1)

2) What did God promise before the world began? (Titus 1:2)

3) Can you state the means that God has chosen to spread the gospel message? (Titus 1:3)

4) What type of leadership did the churches of Crete lack? (Titus 1:5)

5) How must the elder’s family demonstrate his ability to rule? (Titus 1:6)

6) In what respects must an elder or bishop be blameless? (Titus 1:7)

7) In what area must this faithfulness be manifested? (Titus 1:9)

8) The false teachers were of what nationality? (Titus 1:10)

9) Why are these false teachers so busy spreading falsehoods? (Titus 1:11)

10) How are the Christians to respond to false teachers? (Titus 1:13)

11) The Jewish false teachers substitute what for the commandments of God? (Titus 1:14)

12) What do these false teachers profess about salvation? (Titus 1:16)

13) How do they in reality deny God? (Titus 1:16)

Titus Chapter 2

1) What was to characterize the preaching of Titus? (Titus 2:1)

2) What ministry do the aged Christian women have? (Titus 2:3)

3) Can you list the things that the older Christian women are to teach the younger women? (Titus 2:5)

4) What is Titus to say to the Christian young men? (Titus 2:6)

5) In what way could Titus make his teaching more effective? (Titus 2:7)

6) How is the servant to act toward his master? (Titus 2:9)

7) Why should the servant be obedient to his master? (Titus 2:10)

8) Who is this one that appears to all men and brings salvation? (Titus 2:11)

9) What great event does the Christian now look for? (Titus 2:13)

10) Why did Jesus Christ come into the world the first time? (Titus 2:14)

11) How will Titus prove himself a good minister of the gospel? (Titus 2:15)

Titus Chapter 3

1) What is to be the Christian’s attitude toward government? (Titus 3:1)

2) What is to be characteristic of the Christian’s speech? (Titus 3:2)

3) How is our conduct to match our speech in verse two of this book? (Titus 3:2)

4) What type of conduct characterized us before we were saved? (Titus 3:3)

5) Who changed our attitudes and our conduct in this verse? (Titus 3:4)

6) What relationship do our good works have to with our salvation? (Titus 3:5)

7) Who has sent the Holy Spirit to minister to our needs? (Titus 3:5-6)

8) What relationship do we enter into when we are justified by God’s grace? (Titus 3:7)

9) How are those who believe in God supposed to demonstrate their faith? (Titus 3:8)

10) What type of conversation is to be avoided as unprofitable? (Titus 3:9)

11) How should a proved heretic be handled in this verse? (Titus 3:10)

12) Who did Titus say to bring with them while he was at Nicopolis? (Titus 3:13)

Note: I pray that these questions have helped your study and under standing of Gods’ word in the Bible. Please feel free to pass them on to other people if they have helped you.

Your, Brother in Christ

Frank Rose