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Holman New Testament Commentary: I & II Corinthians

by Pratt, Richard L., Jr.

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Overview

Dr. Pratt tells us that Paul had established this church in Corinth during his second missionary journey and the believers there were very important to him. The first letter to the Corinthians was written in response to reports Paul had received about the church and a letter he received from them. Its purpose was to correct problems, edify and chastise. Paul addresses both doctrinal and practical themes in this epistle. Between this letter and his second letter to the Corinthians, Paul had visited the church at Corinth, but the visit was not a good one. This second letter again was the result of reports that Paul received about the church. False apostles had begun to influence the church and even turn some people against Paul. Paul had to refute these false apostles, mend his relationship with the believers there, set them straight on certain doctrines, and ask that they contribute to the needs of their fellow believers in Jerusalem.

Product Details

  • Title: Holman New Testament Commentary: I & II Corinthians
  • Author: Richard L. Pratt, Jr.
  • Publisher: Broadman & Holman
  • Publication Date: 2000
  • Pages: 449

About Richard L. Pratt, Jr.

Richard L. Pratt, Jr. is the president and founder of Third Millennium Ministries and formerly chaired the Old Testament department at Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando, Florida. Pratt transitioned in 2006 from his teaching role at RTS to work full time with Third Millennium Ministries, a move he anticipated for many years. He is the author of Designed for Dignity and Every Thought Captive. Pratt received his B.A. from Roanoke College, studied at Westminster Theological Seminary, and received his M.Div. from Union Theological Seminary. He earned his Th.D. in Old Testament Studies from Harvard University.