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1 Corinthians 2:1

I Corinthians 2:1 Christ Crucified SUMMARY OF I Corinthians 2: The One Theme of Preaching Christ Crucified. Not Eloquence or Human Wisdom, but the Power of the Spirit. Needed. A Divine Wisdom in the Cross of Christ. This Is a Mystery Revealed to the Converted; Unseen by the. Unregenerate. The Things of the Kingdom Not Understood by the Worldly. These Are Revealed to Those Who Have the Spirit of God. And I, brethren, when I came to you. Paul has shown, in the preceding chapter, that God chose the things and persons which the world calls foolish, and weak, and base, and of no account, in order to confute the world's wisdom and to overthrow its power. He now shows that this harmonizes with the means used at Corinth in the founding of the church. Came not with excellence of speech or of wisdom. Not with the eloquent arts of a Grecian orator, or the speculations of a Greek philosopher; things highly esteemed at Corinth and among all the Greeks. The testimony of God. The Revised Version has, "Mystery of God", which has the support of the best MSS, and harmonizes better with the context. The gospel is often called "a mystery" (Ephesians 3:9 1Ti 3:16).




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