Five other Pauline associated epistles are also part of the New Testament canon. They include the letters to Timothy, 1 Timothy and 2 Timothy from the late 60s-100 CE. There is also the letter to Titus, from the late 60s-100 CE, and the letter to Philemon, from the late 50s to the early 60s CE. Finally, there is the letter to the Hebrews, from the late 60s-100 CE. As opposed to the letters addressed to Christian communities, these later epistles were addressed to individuals or groups. Their ties to Paul are less certain than the early letters to the various early developing Christian community churches.