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For the Roman Emperor, see Titus Flavius Vespasianus.

Titus was an early convert to Christianity and a companion of St Paul on some of his journeys to spread the Gospel to the lands around the eastern Mediterranean. He is best known for the Epistle to Titus, a letter Paul wrote to him while he was helping to establish a Christian church on the island of Crete.

Unlike other companions of Paul like Barnabas and Timothy, Titus is not mentioned in the Book of Acts.

Titus is one of four non-Jews to have a book of the Bible named after him. The others are Ruth, Job and Philemon.

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