Live temperately, justly, and devoutly in this age.  Titus is known as a “pastoral” letter.   Consider it a sort of “owner’s manual” for second-generation Christians.   These believers had not physically seen Jesus and likely had never met the original twelve apostles.   Rather than expounding on doctrine, this letter, along with First and Second Timothy, taught Christians how to live in a way that reflected their faith in Jesus. In...