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The Corinthian Epistles
by David W. Cloud

First and Second Corinthians
At Ephesus, Paul wrote the first epistle to Corinth (1 Co. 16:8). This was about AD 56, which was about five years after the church at Corinth was founded. That a church could be established in this wicked city is a tribute to the power of the gospel of Jesus Christ and an encouragement to us in these dissolute last days. The church members had formerly worshipped idols and had led very wicked lives (1 Co. 6:9-11; 12:2).

The church had serious problems. The Corinthian believers brought a lot of baggage into their Christian lives from their past and from their culture. This is true for every believer and every church. The exhortations and reproofs of Paul’s epistles to Corinth are applicable to every church. The things they were tempted by and guilty of are the very things that permeate every culture in this fallen world. The church at Corinth was tempted by human philosophy and oratory (1 Co. 2:1-5), which was an integral part of their culture.

In this very practical commentary we see how Paul addresses these issues with the Church at Corinth.

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