Titus 3To be subject; to be obedient.
The law; the Mosaic law. Similar cautions were given to Timothy. (1 Tim. 1:4.)
That is a heretic; that maintains the corrupt opinions and practices which the apostle had been condemning.—Reject; exclude from the church.
The name of Artemas is not elsewhere mentioned. Tychicus is spoken of Acts 20:4. There were several cities named Nicopolis in the various provinces visited by Paul, and it is uncertain which was here intended.—There to winter. This expression seems to imply that Paul was not then at Nicopolis, as is stated in the subscription at the end of the Epistle. These subscriptions are not to be considered as a part of the inspired volume. They are in many instances supposed to be erroneous.
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