First Epistle to the Corinthians

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  • Paul's Argument Analysis: Women Should Keep Silent In The Church

    According to Women in Scripture, “Although these versus are not missing in any New Testament manuscripts, v. 34 and 35 are found after v. 40 in several bilingual Greek/Latin manuscripts.” Consequently, there is ongoing debate about whether Paul wrote these versus or not and these judgements will continue to be discussed in Christian communities to this day. There are numerous issues as evident that Paul’s argument about women’s coiffure in Church, which is ambiguous and two-sided. As a result, history is not easily understood in regards to exactly how women were treated in the Church. According to Paul in First Corinthians 14:33, “As in all the churches of the holy ones, women should keep silent in the churches, for they are not allowed to…

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  • Essay On Romans 15-13

    5:13-14; 1 John 3:16). Are we supposed to be our brothers’ keeper? I believe so. On this site called, “My Utmost for His Highest,” on February of this year there was a little devotional that touches on this exact topic of being your brothers’ keeper. These topics are from Oswald Chambers. Has it ever dawned on you that you are responsible spiritually to God for other people? For instance, if I allow any turning away from God in my private life, everyone around me suffers. We “sit together…

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  • Marriage, Sexual Imorality, And Divorce In Today's Church

    Paul wrote what is now the book of First Corinthians as a letter to the church of Corinth. After hearing of disputes and worries from members of the church, Paul wrote the congregation letters (including first and second Corinthians) as counsel to guide the church back to the right path (Elwell & Yarbrough, 273). One of the problems listed is the concern of marriage. Paul responds to questions such as: should Christians get married? And what basis is there for divorce? In relation to today’s…

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  • Rationalization Of Sin

    A sin described in the Old Testament as so heinous, ugly, and despicable that the Lord requires the offending individuals to be cut off from their people. In addition, as referenced in the text, the sin of incest caused even the pagans of the Corinthian culture to cringe. Specifically, the sin identified is that of a man in the church, in a sexual relationship with his father’s wife. From the accounts and wording in the text, it appears to be his stepmother. Furthermore, this sinful behavior was…

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  • Analysis Of C. S. Lewis 'Learning In War Time'

    without any knowledge of God? The answer to me is that we should place our primary focus on what holds a deeper meaning yet remember that everything good holds value. In 1 Corinthians 10:31 it says “whether therefore ye eat, or drink, or whatsoever ye do, do all to the glory of God.” We are not expected to forfeit good life activities but are meant to use each to glorify God. Glorifying God in my life is associated with my career. Several times when asked about my future vocation I have…

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  • Obesity Case Study: It Is Care

    about family food habits, early lifestyle of obese and the person with obese and family relation towards growth of her when she was child. After know all this factors, I will identify what is the type specific obese, examples, if obese was cause by eating habits, depressions, parental factor, junk foods or genetic factors. 3. What pastoral care do these people need? When I read this case study, it reminds me about some people who had negative behavior patterns which leads them into sin.…

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  • Paul's Strategy Of Boasting In 2 Cor 8: 1-14

    H. Lecture 8 – 2 Corinthians Word Count: 525 1. Itemize four main principles of giving that Paul enunciates in 2 Cor. 8:1-15? The principles that Paul enunciates are for giving are: (1) it should be sacrificial. Paul contrasts them to the Macedonian church—which gave even in extreme poverty, (2) Christians should surrender even themselves as a gift to God, (3) giving should be done with sincerity and gladness, and (4) giving ought to be proportionate to ones blessings. Those with excess…

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  • Personal Narrative: I Am I

    laughing at that one because instead, I ended up finding His Word continuously telling me I am weak. I didn’t feel affirmed. I was looking for a fake affirmation that is shaped like the approval of shattered men. I have heard multiple times throughout my journey with Jesus that Christians should boast in their weaknesses. I was always told but never taught how to do that or what it even means. Thus, I started my own research. As I dove into what scripture was telling me, I asked the Holy Spirit…

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  • Colossians 3: 1-15 Analysis

    Paul’s final call of the church in Colossians 3:1-15 is witnessed in Colossians 3:14-15 which reads, “And above all these, put on love, which binds everything together in perfect harmony. And let the peace of Christ rule in your hearts, to which indeed you were called in one body. And be thankful.” Both love and thankfulness, but especially love, are some of Christ’s most prominent characteristics. 1 John 4:19 states, “We love because he first loved us.” (ESV 1 John 4:19) Again, we are taught to…

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  • St Paul's Tarsus Thesis

    Paul’s first letter, as from this will stem the proper behavior of glorifying God through loving others and behaving appropriately. Therefore, St. Paul’s inferred thesis is to glorify God in our bodies by remaining sexually moral, socially proper, and loving selflessly. St. Paul tells us in the letter to live by the wisdom of God and the Gospel that he speaks on behalf of Jesus (1 Corinthians 2), living sexually moral lives in marriage, families and the single life while loving selflessly, as…

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