2 Corinthians: The MacArthur New Testament Commentary - eBook
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The Corinthian church required Paul's repeated care. In 2 Corinthians, he continues his attempt tocorrect errors of unchristian practice, worship, and doctrine.Concerned with false apostles who were leading the church astray, Paul defended his own authority as God's apostle and sought reconciliation within the church. In this commentary John MacArthur focuses on themes of struggle and suffering, restoration and reconciliation. This commentary is verse-by-verse, expository, deals with linguistics when it is helpful to the interpretation and examines the major doctrines in the text and how they relate to the whole of Scripture.
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Vendor: Moody Publishers
Publication Date: 2003
Series: MacArthur New Testament Commentary
The Corinthian church required Paul's repeated care. In 2 Corinthians, he continues his attempt to correct errors of unchristian practice, worship, and doctrine. Concerned with false apostles who were leading the church astray, Paul defended his own authority as God's apostle and sought reconciliation within the church. Respected preacher and Bible teacher John MacArthur presents yet another comprehensive and compelling commentary in his New Testament series.
JOHN MACARTHUR is the pastor-teacher of Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, California; president of The Master's College and Seminary; and featured teacher for the Grace to You media ministry. Weekly telecasts and daily radio broadcasts of "Grace to You" are seen and heard by millions worldwide. John has also written several bestselling books, including The MacArthur Study Bible, The Gospel According to Jesus, The New Testament Commentary series, Twelve Ordinary Men, and The Truth War. He and his wife, Patricia, have four married children and fifteen grandchildren.
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