Concordia Commentary: 1 Corinthians
Beginning with a literal translation and textual notes on the original Greek text, this commentary on 1 Corinthians expounds on the theology of the epistle for the benefit of the church today.
The central theme of this commentary is that "the word of the cross" (1:18) is the basis for the church’s unity (ch. 1-4), holiness (ch. 5-7), freedom (ch. 8-10), worship (ch. 11-14), and resurrection hope (ch. 15-16). It is particularly strong in its exegetical treatment of key passages that involve doctrines and practices that have been items of contention among modern Christian denominations.
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- Includes bibliographical references and index
- Preface by the author
- A theological exposition of sacred Scripture
- Title: Concordia Commentary: 1 Corinthians
- Author: Gregory J. Lockwood
- Publisher: Concordia
- Pages: 648