ARGUMENTS . . . . . Titus 3:9-11 Paul warns Titus, as he warned Timothy, not to get involved in foolish and unprofitable disputes (2 Timothy 2:14). This does not mean that we should refuse to study, discuss, and examine different interpretations of difficult Bible passages. Paul is warning against petty quarrels, not honest discussion that leads to wisdom. When foolish arguments develop, it is best to either turn the discussion back to a track that is going somewhere or to politely excuse yourself.