1 Corinthians (Series)
1 Corinthians 1:17-25 Paul called out the Corinthians for their desire to change the Gospel message in favor of clever words designed to appeal to the unregenerate. Pastor Rod Bunton points out the reasons given by Paul that we shouldn’t just try to attract an audience.
1 Corinthians 1:17-25 In ancient Greece people were in love with human wisdom, that is, philosophy. Pastor Rod Bunton discusses the next issue affecting the Corinthian church who were looking for eloquent speech instead of realizing the power of the gospel message.
1 Corinthians 1:10-17 The first issue that Paul addressed in this letter is the divisions within the membership that had been reported to him. Pastor Rod Bunton explains the cause for these divisions that leads to a surprising declaration by Paul concerning baptism.
1 Corinthians 1:4-17 After the introduction, Paul reviewed many positive aspects about the church at Corinth for which he was thankful. Pastor Rod Bunton discusses this short burst of good news that stands in contrast to the content of the rest of the letter.
1 Corinthians 1:1-3 Paul begins this letter to the church at Corinth by reminding them who he is and who they are. Pastor Rod Bunton breaks down the densely packed introduction to this letter that sets the appropriate expectations for what comes next.
The church at Corinth had one underlying problem: they were immature Christians. This was manifested by many failures that Paul addressed in this letter. Pastor Rod Bunton continues his introduction to 1 Corinthians and highlights some of the failures that we will discover during this series.
1 Corinthians 1:1-2a The church in Corinth had a solid foundation when Paul established it during one of his missionary travels, but years later he was moved to write a letter to address their current condition. Pastor Rod Bunton begins a new series on the first epistle to the church at Corinth and introduces the one underlying problem that Paul was addressing.