1. Question: When Paul first spoke the gospel to the people in Corinth, did he do so out of weakness or strength?
2. True or false? The church at Corinth was full of divisions and contentions.
|1. Out of weakness (1Cor. 2: 1-3). |
Paul refers to this fact again in 2 Corinthians 10:10. He saw that it was
necessary for him to be weak that the strength of Christ might be
made known in his life and the lives of those who heard.
2. True (1Cor. 1:10, 11).
|1. Paul baptized Crispus, Gaius, and the family of Stephanas (1Cor. 1:14-16).|
2. Baptize (1Cor. 1:17).
1. (b) Gifts (1 Cor. 1:7).
2. (c) Chloe's family (1 Cor. 1:11).
1. (c) Treasurer (Rom 16:23).
2. (b) Sosthenes (1 Cor. 1:1).
Sosthenes had been the ruler of the Jewish synagogue before his conversion (Acts 18:17).
1. To avoid them (Rom. 16:17).
2. (b) Tertius (Rom. 16:22).
1. (a) One (Rom. 1:20).
2. (b) Seven (Rom. 7:13-25).
|1. (c) "You shall not covet" (Rom. 7:7-12).|
2. (c) Priscilla and Aquila (Rom. 16:3).
1. (c) Judea (Rom. 15:31).
Paul said this in anticipation of his trip of Jerusalem. He knew there was a good possibility that he
would face persecution at the hand of Jews there.
2. (c) Achaia (Rom. 15:26).
1. True (Rom.15:20).
2. (b) Adam (Rom.5:14).
It was through Adam that sin came into the human race.
It was through Jesus that a way of righteousness was opened up to man.
(vv. 12, 15).
1. Before (Rom. 4:9,10).
Paul used this argument to show that salvation has always been by faith alone. even in the case of Abraham.
2. (b) David (Rom. 4:6-8).
This is a quote from Psalm 32 in which David described the devastation of sin in a person's life and the freedom
that comes through forgiveness.
1. (b) "Apostleship" (Rom. 1:5). Some Christians called Paul's apostleship into question because he was not one of the original twelve apostles. In Galatians 1:1 , he makes it clear that his apostleship was given directly by God, not conferred on him by man.
2. (c) Abraham (Rom. 4). Paul also uses Abraham as an example of faith in Galatians 3:6-9.