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Corinthians - • Authority • Morality/ethics Problems...

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Paul uses a classic example of Midrash, explicating Scripture to support what he says. This allows him to establish authority. Takes what is not obvious, and puts it in a modern context in which it has meaning Key Themes of Corinthians: Identity formation Unity and Diversity
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Unformatted text preview: • Authority • Morality/ethics Problems • 1-4: Divisions • 5: Incest • 6: Lawsuits/Prostitutes • 7: Marriage • 8-10: Meat offered to Idols • 11: Women in Church/Abuse of the Lord’s Supper • 12-14: Spiritual Gifts • 15: Resurrection...
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