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Message of 1 Corinthians

ISBN-10: 0877842973
ISBN-13: 9780877842972
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Description: In ancient Greece this phrase was an insult cast at vagrants, drunkards and sexual deviates. The city of Corinth was infamous as a center of intellectual pride and moral laxity. Any church planted there was bound to have problems. The Corinthian  More...

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Book details

List price: $19.00
Publisher: InterVarsity Press
Publication date: 8/1/1985
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 311
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 0.792
Language: English

In ancient Greece this phrase was an insult cast at vagrants, drunkards and sexual deviates. The city of Corinth was infamous as a center of intellectual pride and moral laxity. Any church planted there was bound to have problems. The Corinthian church was no exception.Snobbishness, factionalism, insensitivity to other believers, doctrinal lookseness and overexuberance all flourished in the Corinthian church. When the apostle Paul heard about the difficulties, he was grieved bcause he had founded the church and felt closely tied to it. He therefore wrote an intense and pointed letter.In this fresh and gripping exposition of 1 Corinthians, David Prior plainly shows the relevance of Paul's letter for our times. His hope is that all churches may better live out the lordship of Christ in today's cosmopolitan world.

John Stott was born in London, England on April 27, 1921. He converted to Christianity in 1938. He graduated with a double first in French and theology from Trinity College, Cambridge University. He was ordained in the Church of England in 1945. He published over 70 books between 1954 and 2010 including Personal Evangelism, Becoming a Christian, Parochial Evangelism by the Laity, Basic Christianity, The Cross of Christ, Issues Facing Christians Today, and The Radical Disciple. He died on July 27, 2011 at the age of 90.

David Prior has pastored churches in Cape Town, South Africa, and Oxford, England, and has served as director of The Centre for Marketplace Theology in London.

Author's Preface
Chief abbreviations
Introduction
The prefect church (1:1-9)
Cliques at Corinth (1:10-17)
Wisdom--true and false (1:18-2:16)
Fools for Christ's sake (3:1-4:21)
Flee fornication (5:1-13, 6:9-20)
Settled out of court (6:1-8)
Marriage and singleness--two gifts from God (7:1-40)
Freedom and sensitivity to others (8:1-13)
Freedom to restrict our freedom (9:1-27)
Freedom and its dangers (10:1-11:1)
The Christian Community at worship (11:2-34)
Concerning spiritual gifts (12:1-31)
If I have not love . . . (13:1-13)
Prophecy and tongues (14:1-40)
Resurrection--past, present and future (15:1-58)
An international church (16:1-24)Study Guide

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