Varsy Arsy: Proclaiming the Gospel in Second Corinthans

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Paul continued the same thrust of his criticism and correction in his Second Letter to the Corinthians, apparently because the same problems continued to dog the church. Paul's Second Letter is more personal as he ramped up the tone and clarity of his criticism. At one point he thought that he may have overstepped the bounds of propriety and apologized for his curtness-but not for his correction. Personal attacks against Paul, against him personally and the style and content of his ministry, had continued. So, ...
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Overview

Paul continued the same thrust of his criticism and correction in his Second Letter to the Corinthians, apparently because the same problems continued to dog the church. Paul's Second Letter is more personal as he ramped up the tone and clarity of his criticism. At one point he thought that he may have overstepped the bounds of propriety and apologized for his curtness-but not for his correction. Personal attacks against Paul, against him personally and the style and content of his ministry, had continued. So, Paul addressed them with clarity and severity.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780982038543
  • Publisher: Pilgrim Platform
  • Publication date: 11/1/2009
  • Pages: 334
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.70 (d)

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Phillip A. Ross has pastored churches in Berkeley, California; St. Louis, Missouri, Evansville, Indiana; Bellefonte, Pennsylvania; and Marietta, Ohio.

Following his post-ordination conversion to biblical Christianity, he has labored for Gospel renewal through radio, music, counseling, and writing. Coming to see the counter productivity of his B.S in Philosophy, and his M.Div. from Pacific School of Religion, California, he repudiated his formal education, and reeducated himself in the historic traditions of Protestant Christianity.

With more than twenty-five years of ministry leadership, Phil has both an understanding of and experience with the unique circumstances involved in ministry. He has particular understanding of and commitment to historic Reformed Christianity, and is the author of many books on biblical exposition.

Phil resides in Marietta, Ohio, with his wife, Stephanie, and three college age sons.

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