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Paul's Letters To The Corinthians

Two incidents stand out as reasons for the apostle Paul writing his first epistle to the church of God in Corinth. He had heard from the household of Chloe the disturbing news that contentions had arisen in the church, and ...


Paul's Letter To The Romans

It is evident from the statements in Rom. 1:11-15 that at the time of writing this letter, the apostle had not yet visited Rome. Yet his extensive knowledge of the saints there (36 of whom are referred to) is revealed ...


Paul's Letter To The Ephesians

There can be no doubt that this is one of the "prison" epistles. Three times the apostle refers to himself as a prisoner. "I Paul, the prisoner of Christ Jesus in behalf of you Gentiles" (3:1); "I therefore, the prisoner ...


Paul's Letter To The Colossians

It would appear that the apostle had not visited Colossae, or Laodicea, in the upper valley of the Meander river (2:1). Yet the saints in these two towns, and in the nearby town of Hierapolis, enjoyed a warm place in ...


Paul's Letter To The Thessalonians

The first of these letters is one of the earliest parts of the New Testament. It was probably written before any of the four Gospels, or the Acts of the Apostles. On his first visit to Thessalonica, Paul and his ...


Paul's Letters To Timothy

A brief consideration of the background of the sender and the recipient of these letters should help us. Saul, later called Paul, born in Tarsus of Cilicia, was a citizen of no mean city; a Pharisee, and the son of ...


Paul's Letters To Titus And Philemon

It is a striking fact that Titus is not mentioned in the Acts of the Apostles as accompanying Paul on any of his journeys. We learn from Galatians 2:3 that Titus was a Greek, and that he was with Paul ...


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