Studies In The Book Of I Corinthians
(I Corinthians 1:10-18)
1. How many scriptural differences can brethren have and still be pleasing to God?
2. Is it acceptable for brethren to discuss problems in the local church with other brethren who are not members of that local church?
3. Were there those in the church assembling in Corinth whom were followers of men?
4. What questions did Paul pose to get the people in Corinth to think about their following of men?
5. Why was Paul thankful that he had not baptized most of the folks in Corinth?
6. Was Paul sure of exactly whom he had baptized?
7. Is the work of evangelism about baptizing or is it about preaching?
8. How does the world look at the preaching of the cross?
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