Titus 1:16

Greek/English Interlinear with Strong’s Numbers


King James Version

They profess that they know God; but in works they deny Him, being abominable, and disobedient, and unto every good work reprobate.
New King James Version

They profess to know God, but by their deeds they deny Him, being detestable and disobedient, and worthless for any good deed.
New American Standard Bible

They profess to know God, but by their deeds they deny Him, being detestable and disobedient, and worthless for any good deed.
New International Version

They claim to know God, but by their actions they deny Him. They are detestable, disobedient and unfit for doing anything good.
The Amplified Bible

They profess to know God [to recognize, perceive, and be acquainted with Him], but deny and disown and renounce Him by what they do; disobedient and disloyal and rebellious, and [they are] unfit and worthless for good work (deed or enterprise) of any kind.
Wuest’s Expanded Translation

God they confess that they know but in their works they deny, being abominable and non-persuasible, and with reference to every good work, disapproved.
Phillips’ Modern English

They profess to know God, but their behaviour contradicts their profession. They are vile and disobedient and when it comes to doing any real good they are palpable frauds.
Williams’ Language of the People

They profess to know God, but by their actions they disown Him; they are detestable, disobedient, and useless for anything good.
 
Tit. 1:15 π Tit. 2:1
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  1. 2. Dealing With the Impoverished; Poverty in the Body of Christ - Neil Girrard How we view the “poor” affects how we interact with them.

  2. The Do Nothing Gospel; - Neil Girrard - ( in Adobe/pdf format ) Some are teaching that any work whatsoever is “self-effort” so as to be saved or a return to law as a way to earn one’s salvation. But is this so?

  3. Enemies of the King - Neil Girrard - ( in Adobe/pdf format ) Far too often we do not take seriously just who and what is considered the enemy of God.

  4. From “Once Upon a Time...” to “Happily Ever After”? - Neil Girrard A discussion of the “once saved, always saved” theory.

  5. The Mighty Antithesis: Sin and Grace - Neil Girrard - ( in Adobe/pdf format ) A.W. Tozer encountered hyper-grace in the 1950s and demonstrated that any discussion of sin and grace is going to cover ground at least touched upon by the conflict between Pelagius and Augustine in the 5th century.

  6. One Hundred and Seven Theses - Steve Camp Christianity today is increasingly dominated by the spirit of this age rather than the Spirit of Christ. We call ourselves to repent of this sin and to recover the historic Christian faith in the arts again.

  7. The Voice of God - Neil Girrard Hearing the voice of God has more to do with following Christ than most seem to realize.
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