First Corinthians: The Church and the Christian Community Starter Pack
by Tim Gray
The conflicts of the early Christians in Corinth are in many ways similar to our struggles today as Christians. With divisions, immorality, persecution, and other trials of the faithful, the message of St. Paul to the Corinthians is a much-needed message for our own times. First Corinthians: The Church and the Christian Community explores the key elements that the apostle Paul introduced to a new and growing Church. St. Paul taught the Corinthians about the nature of grace and the Church as the Body of Christ. In addition, he introduced the Corinthian Christians to the most powerful gift of all, the Eucharist.
The First Corinthians Starter Pack includes the 4-DVD Set (eleven, 30-min. sessions), where Tim Gray provides expert commentary on the First book of Corinthians, and the Study Set. A Study Set is essential for each participant. It includes engaging study “Questions” (with lesson summaries, home reading assignments, talk outlines, charts, diagrams, and more) and a set of suggested “Responses,” which are needed for home preparation, small group discussion, and lesson reviews.
- Study Questions (with lesson summaries, home reading assignments, talk outlines, charts, diagrams, and more)
- Suggested Responses (for lesson review)
- Study Binder
- 4-DVD Set (eleven, 30-min. sessions)
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