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First Corinthians

The immorality of the Corinthians in ancient history is well known. We are interested in the problems evident in the church at Corinth and how Paul addressed them. We want to learn what doctrine was particular to the age, the church and what might transfer into our age.


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June 13, 2015

First Corinthians – Part 31

Introduction: Last time we looked at the nature of how the annointing worked in the acts of the apostles and specifically the baptism which the Spirit of God performed and was active in. We noted that there is a complete...
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May 24, 2015

First Corinthians – Part 30

Introduction Last time we looked at the verses 1-11 of chapter 12. In verses 4-6 we saw the diversity of action that the trinity is involved with and noted the vast difference in spiritual gifts we have in the church...
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May 16, 2015

First Corinthians – Part 29

Introduction Last time we examined the Lord's supper and its relation to the Acts economy -- "till he come" helps to delimit the time frame and makes its upper boundary contingent to the "near at hand" parousia of the Lord....
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May 10, 2015

First Corinthians – Part 28

Introduction Last time we looked at shadow and reality in the period of the Acts of the apostles. Of course the shadow is seen throughout the Acts period and that includes the Acts epistles of Paul which amount to 7...
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May 3, 2015

First Corinthians – Part 27

Introduction: Last time we looked at the application of practical teaching from the Acts period considering the apparent tension between 10:21 "Ye cannot" and 10:25 "Whatsoever is sold .. that eat". We discovered that when an issue of truth was...
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April 26, 2015

First Corinthians – Part 26

 Introduction Last time we looked at the tension between what cannot be done in truth revealing communion (see vs 10:21) and what can be done under liberty (10:25,27,28). The truth is that we who are saved by Grace cannot partake...