Corinthians: Troubles & Truth in an Apostolic Church

Speaker(s): Michael Green
Date: 1979
Length: 23h 44m
Product ID: RGDL1002S

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Beginning with Paul's relationship to the church of Corinth, Michael Green looks at the major themes of the book of Corinthians such as apostleship, leadership, life in the body, love, worship, sacraments, death, ethics and evangelism, along with some minor themes.
A Love Affair With Problems - Intro B Apostleship in the Church I C Apostleship in the Church II D Leadership in the Church E The Body and the Spirit F Love in the Church G Worship in the Body of Christ H Baptism in the Church I Eucharist in the Church J Sex, Singleness and Marriage K Death and Resurrection L Christian Intellect and Freedom M Ethics and Resources in the Church N Evangelism and Giving in the Church O Green on the Grass

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Michael B. Green is a Senior Research Fellow and Head of Evangelism and Apologetics at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford. He was Professor of Evangelism at Regent College from 1987 to 1992. He is author of over fifty books, including Who Is This Jesus?, Evangelism in the Early Church, Compelled by Joy, and Adventure of Faith: Reflections on 50 Years of Christian Service.

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