Loving Correction: First Corinthians    -     By: Spiros Zodhiates
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Verse-by-verse format, providing both informative and exegetical analysis of important New Testament passages. Each chapter has a comprehensive exegesis to challange and inspire the reader to learn from the spiritual state of the early Corinthian church. Includes an overview and outline of I Corinthians and a scripture index.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 167
Vendor: AMG Publishers
Publication Date: 2001
Dimensions: 8.25 X 5.25 (inches)
ISBN: 0899574777
ISBN-13: 9780899574776
Series: Exegetical Commentary

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    The writer let's his bias effect his interpretation. He is very wordy, and gives little value. He adds and takes away from God's Word instead of just following the simplicity of what the Word states. Readers can be intimidated by him quoting Greek and information found outside of the text. Often readers can be over whelmed by him throwing out facts to the place they simply assume he must be right. Yes he knows Greek, and has a lot of head knowledge but his of these facts is not always correct. He does not do a good job in consistently using logical hermeneutical principles in interpreting a passage rightly if it doesn't fit his preconceived theological position. .
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