R_and_D_5 - Nathan Ellis Box #621 February 27, 2006 BI123 R...

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Nathan Ellis Box #621 February 27, 2006 BI123 R and D 5 1. Is it easy to fit 1 and 2 Corinthians into the historical situations of Acts? No, there is no information at all from Acts, and the book’s history must be put together only by the hints and allusions that Paul made in his writings. 2. Paul wrote a letter to the Corinthian church before he wrote 1 Cor. Where might this letter be preserved? Some believe this letter is contained in 2 Corinthians 6:14-7:1 because it seems to be out of character with the rest of the book. 3. According to Timothy, did Paul's letter to Corinth have its desired result? What does Paul do as a result? No, Paul learned that his letter was actually having no effect. He ended up paying the church at Corinth a visit (which is not referred to in Acts,) implied in 2 Cor. 2:1, 12:14 and 13:1. This visit was probably not so friendly because he referred to it as a “painful visit” in 2 Cor. 2:1. 4. Are scholars certain that 2 Cor 10-13 is part of the original 2 Cor? Explain.
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2008 for the course BI 123 taught by Professor Kersey during the Fall '05 term at Corban University.

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