Corinth was a sea port and notorious in the ancient world as a hotbed of vice. It is perhaps not surprising therefore that of all the church founded by the Apostle Paul it was this one that caused him most heartache. Misunderstandings, factions and scandals all affected the congregation, and in the first of two long letters Paul seeks to deal with the complex problems facing the young church. Yet from this chaotic situation, some of the most famous passages in the New Testament would emerge.
Any up to date commentary on 1 Corinthians or on the life of St Paul
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10 weeks, 12 January to 23 March 2021
Half term break: 16 February 2021
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