The community Paul founded in Corinth gave him both joy and grief, for he was to encounter problems there of disunity, sin, and arrogance including the rejection of his own apostolic authority by some of his flock. His two epistles to the Corinthians come straight from the heart, as he appeals to them to live in peace, in righteousness, in generosity, and not to resist his God-given authority. His Corinthian correspondence abides as a lasting legacy and a challenge for all churches everywhere.
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Old Testament: An Introduction : Historical Traditions: Volume 1 This revised edition of Paul Tarazi’s The Old Testament: An Introduction Historical Traditions takes into account twelve years of additional research. The way historical background is presented constitutes the biggest change: this book no longer includes a reconstruction of the ‘history of Israel.’ The author concludes [...]
Enrich your Bible study with up-to-date scholarship and hundreds of color photos! Succinctly introducing the culture of biblical times, Beck’s illustrated guide clarifies often misunderstood portions of God’s Word. His fascinating insights on ancient manners, customs, work, daily activities, and more will help you grasp the full meaning and context of Scripture with the help [...]
Trying to connect the current events with the Holy Land of the Bible? This resource fills in the blanks with transparent maps of modern-day Mediterranean and Middle Eastern countries that lie flat over Bible maps showing the lands and cities where the patriarchs, Jesus, and the apostle Paul traveled. This deluxe version features a companion [...]