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Bible Commentaries

Darby's Synopsis of the New Testament

Titus 3

Introduction

1:1 and (b-5) In Greek de , a particular additional circumstance, more marked as a distinct relationship, giving occasion to consequences. knowledge (c-18) Epignosis , as Colossians 1:9 .

Verse 4

3:4 man (a-8) Lit. 'philanthropy.'

Verse 5

3:5 washing (b-28) 'Washing' is right here. It is a bath, or the water for it. 'Regeneration' is not the same word as 'being born again,' nor is it used so in scripture. The force of the word is a change of position; a new state of things. The word is only used here, and in Matthew 19:28 for the Saviour's coming kingdom.

Verse 7

3:7 *his* (c-6) This refers to our Saviour God, ver. 4.

Verse 15

3:15 love (d-9) Phileo . see Note b, John 21:15 .

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Darby, John. "Commentary on Titus 3". "John Darby's Synopsis of the New Testament". https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/eng/dsn/titus-3.html. 1857-67.