The Book of Titus
Daniel L. Akin Craig G. Bartholomew David Beldman
Good Christian doctrine is not simply getting the facts right: it is something transformative, brought to life in obedience to Christ.
In his letter to Titus, the Apostle Paul implores the reader to take truth seriously and to ensure that the good news of gospel is being passed on in its full force. Solid Christian doctrine and a passion for godly Christian life are twin themes weave their way throughout this short epistle.
In Living Doctrine, Danny Akin unpacks this powerful message and shows how these themes are still vital for Christians today. Accessibly written but informed by deep scholarship, this book will benefit readers from all walks of life. Like the biblical book it covers, Living Doctrine is concise, gospel-centered, and immensely practical.
Craig G. Bartholomew is the H. Evan Runner Professor of Philosophy and professor of religion and theology at Redeemer University College in Ancaster, Ontario, and the dean of the St. George's Centre for Biblical and Public Theology. He is an associate editor of the Dictionary for Theological Interpretation of the Bible and the coauthor, with Michael W. Goheen, of The Drama of Scripture. He has a Ph.D. from Bristol University.
David Beldman is an associate professor of religion and theology at Redeemer University College and a professor of Old Testament at the Missional Training Center in (Phoenix). He is the author of The Completion of Judges: Strategies of Ending in Judges 17‑21 (Eisenbrauns, 2017).
Daniel L. Akin serves as president and professor of theology and preaching at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, NC and is a professor of preaching and theology. He holds an M.Div. from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and a Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Arlington.