The Books of I & II Corinthians

A Commentary
Narrated by: Chuck Missler
Length: 27 hrs
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Publisher's Summary

The city of Corinth was Hollywood, Las Vegas, and New York all rolled into one. Corinth was intellectually alert, materially prosperous, but morally corrupt. Its citizens were devoted to the reckless development of the individual. The church at Corinth is the "carnal church" - spiritual babes, immature and undeveloped. Paul seeks to provide them with the necessary guidance to bring them to full maturity.  

This study contains more than 22 hours of verse-by-verse teachings.

©1996 Koinonia House (P)2018 Koinonia House

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Excellent Commentary

Very thorough Commentary with many relevant examples, cross references and life applications to enhance your spiritual journey.

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Slams Psycology

This guy seems very knowledgeable about the Bible, but has a hang up about the field of psychology. He doesn’t just mention it, he dwells on it. If you have ever seen how psychologists / antidepressants have helped you, your friends and/or family, you will be turned off by his views. In my opinion, he has a moral responsibility to also mention how the psychological field has helped people.

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excellent

Chuck has a gift to teach and bring a level of understanding that is very unique

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What a blessing.

This was such a special blessing. Thank you for such a wonderful commentary, such amazing insights.