In his letter to Titus, Paul described qualifications for church elders that are both positive (characteristics they must have) and negative (characteristics that must not be true of them). As Alistair Begg notes, though, the most foundational element of effective church leadership is wholehearted commitment to biblical truth. Men who hold firmly to God’s Word are quick to refute false teaching, thereby protecting God’s flock from wolves and ensuring that sound doctrine is transferred to future generations.
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