Bridging the Greek text and the contemporary NIV, Gary Shogren presents valuable exegetical thought to this practical, pastoral commentary. A missionary to Costa Rica for the past decade, Shogren uniquely combines sensible application to ministry with multilingual scholarship. Addressing Paul’s largest epistle with an indispensable understanding of its culture and history and a personal love for God’s Word, First Corinthians: An Exegetical-Pastoral Commentary is a powerful study tool to aid you in understanding and using Paul’s famous pastoral epistle.
In the Logos version, you will have the unique ability to cross-reference this volume with other commentaries on 1 Corinthians, comparing Shogren’s research and scholarship with that of other commentators, both contemporary and classic. His Bible verse citations are hyperlinked to your favorite Bible translation, giving you instant access to each mention of Scripture throughout this volume.
- Studies the 27th edition of the Nestlé-Aland Greek text for deep exegesis, and engages both the 1984 and 2011 NIVs for congregational application
- Draws from contemporary studies as well as early church scholarship
- Pastoral insight for developing obedience and closeness with God
- Introduction (Prescripto) 1:1–4
- Thanksgiving (Superscriptio) 1:4–9
- Body 1:10–16:4
- Conclusion (Postscripto) 16:5–24
- Concluding Thought
- Title: First Corinthians: An Exegetical-Pastoral Commentary
- Author: Gary Steven Shogren
- Publisher: Gary Steven Shogren
- Publication Date: 2012
- Pages: 505
About Gary Steven Shogren
Gary Steven Shogren received his MDiv and MA in New Testament exegesis from Biblical Theological Seminary and his PhD in New Testament exegesis from the University of Aberdeen. The author of numerous articles, many of them on Pauline theology, he is the author of 1–2 Thessalonians in the Zondervan Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament. He and his family are currently missionaries in Costa Rica through WorldVenture.