First Corinthians

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Geneva Press, 2000 - Religion - 114 pages
First Corinthians is a letter Paul wrote to a troubled church at Corinth, a port city in Greece, offering guidance on tissues that were dividing the community. As the church at Corinth wrestled with the tension between reflecting its culture and reflecting its Lord, Paul counsels that the way of love should guide the Corinthians' actions with one another. He urges them to live a life distinct from the ways of others, governed by the law of love and affirming the tenets ot faith.

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Different study than I am used to for group use, but dynamic and current references add a punch. There is not a verse study, nor even a book chapter for every chapter in the Bible. However it is good for an overview, or for a group wanting to bite off chunks after other kinds of study. Read full review

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