1 Corinthians, Chapter 9

Is there "freedom" in being an apostle? If so, can an apostle like Paul (or any christian) claim rights, even if we consider ourselves a slave to the gospel?

1Corinthians 8: Our Weaker Bothers and Sisters

Can we be a stumbling block to our fellow less mature believers? Are we our brother's keepers?

1Corinthians 8: Idols and Idol Worship

1 Corinthians 8 addresses the laws of God and those of men. Is obedience to mans laws idol worship?

1 Corinthians 7:26-25 Unmarried

Which is better? Married or single? Each has a purpose, each comes with responsibilites.

1 Corinthians 7:1-15; Married or Unmarried

What are the responsibilities of husband and wife? What is required of the unmarried? Paul has much to say about the responsibilities and sacredness of such an institution.

1 Corinthians 6: The Pandemic of Sin

The Ultimate Pandemic: All is Permissible. This was the way of Corinth before Paul's visit and of course, the way the world today without Christ.

1 Corinthians 6; Life in the City of Corinth

Corinth was a city awash in wealth and permissiveness... including the church. Paul had much to say

Repentance, Sactification, Glorification

The issues Paul exposes are no different than those of today. Idolatry, immorality, slander, pride in sin.

The Infuence of a Parent

Paul places himself in a position of accountability before God and to his church.

The Young Church

From worldly, quarelsom, childish to Gods field, building and temple.

Corinthians 1: 18-31 The foolishness of the Cross

"The cross is foolishness to the unbeliever". Do we see this in our world today?

Unity - Corinthians 1: 1-17, Acts Ch 7 - Ch 20

Paul encouraged unity in Christ and not in him, Apollos or Cephas

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