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A podcast where two non-believers read through the Bible but aren't, you know, jerks about it. Join comics writers Benito Cereno and Chris Sims as they journey through the Good Book from Acts to Zephaniah, with stops in the Apocrypha along the way.
 
This is the Apostle Paul's first letter to the church in Corinth, Greece, a seaport filled with a diversity of not only people but religions. This letter gives advice, teaching, and stern warnings to his fellow Christians, especially warnings against sexual immorality. Paul also discusses division within the assembly and addresses some difficult issues surrounding such things as marriage. (Introduction by Mark Penfold)
 
Paul's first letter to the Corinthian church deals with issues that continue to affect Christians to this day. In this epistle, the apostle addresses problems such as division in the church, sexual immorality, the proper use of spiritual gifts, the role of women in ministry and the importance of maintaining the authentic gospel message.
 
The Second Epistle to the Corinthians is a book in the New Testament, written by Paul the Apostle. In this book, sometimes called Paul's Stormy Weather Epistle, Paul is at his most personal in dealing with the brethren at Corinth. Paul encourages the Christians to examine themselves (2 Cor. 13:5) to test whether they are to be found in Christ as a father helps his children to mature to become the image of Christ himself. (Summary from Wikipedia adapted by Sam Stinson)
 
This second letter from the Apostle Paul to the congregation of believers in the bustling port city of Corinth gives us a much more personal understanding of Paul's apostleship. He defends it rigorously, convincing his followers of his authority from God and his rights under that authority. His appeals to patience and understanding display a great emotional vulnerability in the seasoned preacher and missionary. He discusses the need to support the congregation in Jerusalem with their gifts, ...
 
A layman's guide to a 150 years of research into the history presented in the Bible. I explore the religion of ancient Israel, and the development of Christianity through to the death of Paul. I discuss every single book in every Bible (there are more than you think!). Lightly garnished with a dash of drollery, a soupcon of scrutiny, and not one ounce of objectivity. Not one ounce! Until season three launches in early 2021, I will only release new bonus episodes.
 
The fascinating story of Corinthian-Casuals, a non league club with an extraordinary tale. The Broadway to Brazil podcast team speak with players, supporters, coaches, historians, writers, commentators, and general eccentrics associated with the club. They examine the origins of a club that once was one of the country’s most famous – still the only side to have provided the entire XI for an England line up – all while following the modern incarnation’s fortunes this season. How is it that Co ...
 
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Today we will apply Lectio Divina to 1 Corinthians 13:13. As mentioned in the podcast, in preparation for our daily meditations for Advent which start tomorrow, please collect an Advent Wreath with candles and a Nativity scenes. These will both add to the meditative experience this Advent season. Background music from "Soul Breaker" by Alex Mason a…
 
Hi Beloved, Today we are going to spend a little time talking about comfort in affliction. Paul, in his second letter to the church at Corinth, begins by encouraging them regarding times of difficulty and suffering. He reminds them that we have a God who brings comfort in all seasons and that we are called to love and comfort each other as well. Ma…
 
Dr. Bradley J. Bitner, associate professor of New Testament at Westminster Seminary California, speaks about constitution and covenant in ancient Corinth and how these inform Paul’s argument to the Corinthians. Dr. Bitner has written a thorough study of the subject titled, Paul’s Political Strategy in 1 Corinthians 1–4: Constitution and Covenant (C…
 
The Apostle Paul was known for his boldness and afraid of little. But one thing that scared him was that the church would be unresponsive to the Word of God. In this sermon podcast, we discuss... The ingredients of a healthy church Paul's stern yet loving rebuke over fighting Christians A vision for Christian sexual ethics The danger of being confo…
 
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