The Corinthian Question Paperback
Why did the church oppose Paul?
by Paul W Barnett;
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The Corinthian Question
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Strikingly, however, of those ten years, seven (ad 50-57) were occupied with the church in Corinth, especially ad 55-57. During the initial period there is no hint of difficulty between Paul and the church. After his departure, however, relationships began to deteriorate, especially from the time Paul wrote 1 Corinthians (ad 55), and reached a crisis point when he wrote 2 Corinthians (ad 56).
The 'Corinthian question' is: why did the church come to oppose her founder Paul, almost to the point of rejecting him?
In this stimulating and helpful study, Paul Barnett searches for the answer by following Paul's relationships with the Corinthian church through a chronological, sequential study of his letters. He shows how understanding may profitably begin within the text, rather than outside it in Corinth's cultural and historical background.
The Corinthian correspondence provides a remarkable window into the heart of Paul the missionary and pastor and his dealings with the turbulent Corinthians.
The Corinthian Question by Paul W Barnett was published by Apollos in June 2011 and is our 33575th best seller. The ISBN for The Corinthian Question is 9781844745326.
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|Page last updated||28th August 2015|
|Author / Artist||Paul W Barnett|
|Publisher||Apollos (June 2011)|
|Number of Pages||248|