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1 CORINTHIANS: THE LECTIO CONTINUA

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1 CORINTHIANS: THE LECTIO CONTINUA

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The city of ancient Corinth in its day was like Las Vegas, Los Angeles, and New York all rolled into one. Sexual immorality, pagan idolatry, materialism, superficiality, and individualism marked the Corinthian culture and plagued the Corinthian church. Paul wrote 1 Corinthians to address these issues to teach Corinthian Christians how to live undefiled lives, in harmony with one another, in order to impact a fallen and depraved culture for Christ.

The same controversies, temptations, and divisions that rocked the Corinthian church are no less prevalent in the daily life of our modern Christian churches today. Yet there are very few contemporary commentaries on 1 Corinthians.

That is why The Lectio Continua Commentary on 1 Corinthians by Kim Riddlebarger is so timely.

 

Table of Contents:

  1. Greetings from Paul (1:1-3)
  2. Be United (1:4-17)
  3. The Wisdom of God (1:18-31)
  4. Jesus Christ and Him Crucified (2:1-5)
  5. For the Spirit Searches Everything (2:6-16)
  6. The Foundation (3:1-15)
  7. You Are God's Temple (3:16-23)
  8. For the Kingdom of God Does not Consist in Talk but in Power (4:1-21)
  9. God Judges Those Outside (5:1-13)
  10. And Such Were Some of You (6:1-11)
  11. You Were Bought With a Price (6:12-20)
  12. Each Has His Own Gift from God (7:1-16)
  13. Do Not Become Bondservants to Men (7:17-40)
  14. There Is One God (8:1-13)
  15. For the Sake of the Gospel (9:1-27)
  16. The Rock Was Christ (10:1-13)
  17. Do All to the Glory of God (10:14-33)
  18. The Image and Glory of God (11:1-16)
  19. Until He Comes (11:17-26)
  20. Let a Person Examine Himself (11:27-34)
  21. Jesus is Lord (12:1-3)
  22. The Common Good (12:4-11)
  23. One Body, Many Members (12:12-26)
  24. Earnestly Desire the Higher Gifts (12:27-31)
  25. The Greatest of These is Love (13:1-13)
  26. Strive to Excel in Building Up the church (14:1-19)
  27. Decently and In Order (14:20-40)
  28. The Gospel (15:1-11)
  29. Christ Has Been Raised! (15:12-34)
  30. He Must Reign (15:20-28)
  31. In the Twinkling of an Eye (15:35-38)
  32. Be Watchful (16:1-24)

 

Author 

Kim Riddlebarger (Ph.D. Fuller Theological Seminary) is senior pastor of Christ Reformed Church in Anaheim, California (URCNA), co-host of the popular internet-radio broadcast, White Horse Inn, and author of A Case for Amillennialism and The Man of Sin. He is a regular contributor to Modern Reformation and Tabletalk Magazines, and has also served as visiting professor of systematic theology at Westminster Seminary California.


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