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Paul left Titus in Crete to set what remained unfinished in order (1:5). One pressing matter that was unfinished was the appointment of elders. Godly leadership is vital to a properly ordered church. In 1:10-16, Paul explains why Titus’ appointment of qualified leadership and opposition to unqualified leadership in the Cretan churches is so important, namely because there are many false teachers in Crete turning people away from the centrality of the gospel. So, in order to help Titus and the churches recognize and oppose ungodly leadership, Paul gives 12 characteristics of false teachers and 2 action steps to take in order to prevent them from harming the church.
More reaction to last week's decision by the baseball writers to keep all-star athletes Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens out of the hall of fame because of alleged steroid use.
Should private schools be allowed to participate in public school sports tournaments ?? Dr. Ralph Kerr with the Teaching and Learning Institute sounds off
Dr. Ralph Kerr of the Teaching and Learning Institute talks with Cecil about the importance of appropriate behavior and setting a positive example for the athletes and fans.
Tim McGill, director of Penn State University's chapter of Athletes in Action, shares his recent experiences in grief counseling on the campus. The world has advice for how to move past grief, but the Bible has a different path. Listen to hear how you can grieve and heal with the help of the Holy Spirit.