How would you react if someone you loved hurt you with malicious gossip? What would you do if someone turned the loyalty and affections of your children away from you? This was Paul’s dilemma. False teachers had infiltrated the church in Corinth and had questioned Paul’s personal integrity and apostolic authority. Although he was crushed and heartbroken, Paul defended himself in this letter. He explains his hardships, his travel plans, and the difference between the ministry of false teachers and his own ministry. In this letter, Paul sets aside his personal achievements and ambitions to redeem his reputation and edify the church in Corinth.
Praise for the Print Edition
Thanks for [issuing] the Gromacki books. They are what pastors need today—biblically accurate and exegetically based.
- Title: Stand Firm in the Faith: An Exposition of II Corinthians
- Author: Dr. Robert Gromacki
- Series: The Gromacki Expository Series
- Publisher: Kress Christian Publications
- Publication Date: 2002
- Pages: 248
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.).