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March 29, 2015

First Corinthians – Part 23

Introduction: Chapter 9 ends with an analogy to sports, running a race and boxing and then Paul says  27 But I keep under my body, and bring it into subjection: lest that by any means, when I have preached to...
March 22, 2015

First Corinthians – Part 22

Introduction: Last week we had reason to pause and look at some applications of the "stumblingblock" doctrine and reflect on whether the use of alcahol in our lives would be: Permissable Wise and helpful to our weaker Christian brothers and...
March 15, 2015

First Corinthians – Part 21

Introduction: Last time we looked at chapter 8 and saw that Paul took very seriously the doctrine of the "stumblingblock", indeed he even said that it was a sin to use freedom in such a way that it causes a...
March 7, 2015

First Corinthians – Part 20

Introduction: Last time we finished our discussion on marriage during the Acts period. Paul's instruction though not by commandment was nonetheless through his inspired judgment and he tells the believers then that it would be "better" for the unmarried to...
February 21, 2015

First Corinthians – Part 19

Introduction Last time we looked at a summary of the important issues of 1Corinthians as an Acts epistle. One issue is that those saved whether Jew or Greek were to remain in that state: This has some important implications when...
February 15, 2015

First Corinthians – Part 18

Introduction Last lesson we looked at verses 7:17-20. The major point brought out was that upon salvation Jews were to remain Jews and Gentiles were to remain Gentiles. The last verse in the sequence says 20  (AV) Let every man...

About Wayne Stewart

Dr. Wayne Stewart was raised in Auckland New Zealand and studied at the University of Auckland. For a number of years Wayne taught Math and Physics in high schools in New Zealand and the USA. After marrying Sepideh in 1994, he returned with her to the University of Auckland where he studied ancient Greek and statistics. In 2007 he was awarded a PhD in Statistics and then took a job within the department of Statistics (UoA) and remained there till 2012. During the course of his studies he was busy preaching and teaching at the Grace Bible Church located in New Lynn Auckland, NZ. Grace is one of the very few churches in the Southern hemisphere which teaches the scriptures rightly divided. Wayne and family now live in Norman Oklahoma, where they look to the Lord for his leading in their lives.

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