Pastoral problems in First Corinthians
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Pastoral problems in First Corinthians by John Stanley Glen

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Published by Epworth P in London .
Written in English

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Originally publish d,Westminster P.,1964.

Statementby J. Stanley Glen.
The Physical Object
Number of Pages224
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18805922M

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In many ways, 1 Corinthians is the answers to some of Christianity’s frequently asked questions. While reading the book, it appears that Paul is answering a series of questions. It’s possible the Corinthian church had sent a list of questions to the man who had spent . First Corinthians "A Casebook for Pastoral Theology". Author: Paul of Tarsus, the Apostle to the Gentiles, wrote 1 Corinthians on his third missionary journey five years after he founded the church there.. DATE & PLACE OF WRITING: Paul wrote the letter we know as "First Corinthians" from Ephesus in the spring of A.D. 55 (54) (I Cor. ).   First Corinthians is not a step-by-step guide to solving church problems, however. Instead of telling the church precisely what to do, Paul proposes a new perspective: put God’s glory first. It’s the key to overcoming these struggles. Paul is writing to a young church in a hostile environment that is encountering many problems such as division, quarreling, sexual immorality, lawsuits, spiritual gifts, the Lord’s Supper and worship order, theological issues such as the resurrection and freedom in Christ, as well as issues married and single members were facing.

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The Need for a Common Vision (1 Corinthians –17) Status in Church and at Work: Friends in Low Places (1 Corinthians –31) It Takes All Sorts (1 Corinthians –9) Do Good Work (1 Corinthians –17) Christian Leadership as Service (1 Corinthians –4) Working with Nonbelievers (1 Corinthians –10). Get Book. Paul's first letter to the Corinthians was addressed originally to a fledgling mission church in Corinth. Paul's absence from the church had allowed serious problems to arise within the Corinthian community, but the problems that he addresses in this letter do not always seem based in explicitly theological ideas.   Anthony Thiselton's New International Greek Testament Commentary volume "The First Epistle to the Corinthians" became the standard work on 1 Corinthians soon after its release in In "1 Corinthians: A Shorter Exegetical and Pastoral Commentary" Thiselton combines his excellent exegesis from that volume with a keen pastoral eye, enabling all to content to spout the 4/5(2).   Written by Pastor Jack Wellman. Close. 11 Quotes From The Book Of 1 Corinthians- Amazing Bible Verses. Update on Novem by Pastor Jack Wellman. Here are the top 11 quotes from the Book of 1st Corinthians. After reading them, I believe you’ll see that these quotes are some very amazing Bible verses.