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the church was founded by dispersed believers not Paul
Romans
the most systematic and detailed doctrinal presentation in the bible
Romans
the longest of Paul’s writing
Romans
Highlights a bunch of problems in this church
1 Corinthians
Contains the most important NT passage on the resurrection
1 Corinthians
Contains a lot of detail of Paul’s private life
2 Corinthians
Praises the people for repentance
2 Corinthians
Contains the most comprehensive teaching on giving
2 Corinthians
Touches briefly on the purpose of trials
2 Corinthians
judaizers were teaching salvation plus works
Galatians
These 3 books all contain similar topics
Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians
Helps believers understand and use their spiritual gifts
Ephesians
Reveals the mysteries of the church
Ephesians
A huge section on the model marriage
Ephesians
This book is all about unity (principles and models included)
Philippians
We start to see early hints of new age thinking
Colossians
Focuses a lot on Christ
Colossians
Contains a ton of information on the rapture (for a pretrib point of view)
1 Thessalonians
Proves that the day of the Lord had not yet begun
2 Thessalonians
A lot about organization and operation of the local church
1 timothy
Has a section on the role of women in the churh
1 timothy
Calls timothy to fight the good fight of faith
2 Timothy
Organization of the church
Titus
Emphasizes the importance of good works
Titus
Present a beautiful analogy of God’s forgiveness
Philemon