I Corinthians

NOUN
  1. a New Testament book containing the first epistle from Saint Paul to the church at Corinth
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  • It does, however, seem probable that Luke has to some extent glozed over the asperity of the controversies within the Church, notably the opposition to Paul and his views as described by Paul himself in Galatians and II Corinthians, in his attempt to emphasise the fundamental unity of the early Church.
  • And you end up with Greek manuscripts with these verses in different places in I Corinthians 14.
  • Thus the admonition in I Corinthians 7, where the children are sanctified by at least one believing parent - else they would be unholy, or, in other words, unconsecrated.
  • Just as we are told that the Lord always leads us into His triumph, we can be sure that His people will prevail at the end (see II Corinthians 2:14). We must never forget that.
  • But in fact, Paul uses "fornicate" in myriad ways, and in only one verse -- I Corinthians 7: 9 -- does it seem to refer to sex before marriage. Rev. Astrid Storm: Students of Christianity, Yes. Virginity, No.
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