Corinth was a crossroads for commerce and travel, and a city of wealth and pleasure. It became a cosmopolitan melting pot of tourists, traders, and settlers from far-flung reaches of the empire. Paul worked in Corinth, preached in the synagogue, and was instrumental in the founding of the Corinthian church. Yet the church in Corinth was riddled with problems. In this epistle, Paul was forced to deal not only with the problems facing the church, but also its effects.
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- Title: Called to Be Saints: An Exposition of I Corinthians
- Author: Dr. Robert Gromacki
- Series: The Gromacki Expository Series
- Publisher: Kress Christian Publications
- Publication Date: 2002
- Pages: 232
About Dr. Robert Gromacki
Dr. Robert Gromacki is Distinguished Professor of Bible and Greek at Cedarville University and Pastor of Grace Community Baptist Church in Washington Court House, Ohio. He is the author of fifteen books including his popular textbook, New Testament Survey. He is also a contributor to Understanding Christian Theology. Gromacki is a graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary (Th.M.) and Grace Theological Seminary in Winona Lake, Indiana (Th.D.).