The Epistle to Titus, also known as the Letter to Titus, is a book of the New Testament of the Bible. It is a written letter from the apostle Paul to Titus, a Christian leader and evangelist.
The Letter to Titus covers a wide range of subjects, including the nature of Christian faith and the importance of living a life that is pleasing to God. The letter also includes a number of teachings about Christian ethics and the importance of living according to the Spirit.
Key figures in the Letter to Titus include the apostle Paul, as well as Titus, who is the recipient of the letter. The letter also mentions various other individuals, such as the elders and deacons of the church, who are the subjects of the apostle's teachings and exhortations. The letter also includes a number of references to God and his actions, as well as expressions of trust and reliance on him.