Like much of the Western world today, Corinth was a culture obsessed by money, sex and sport. The name of the city had even become a verb: 'to corinthianize' meant to behave in a debauched, loose or lascivious fashion. So it's perhaps not surprising that Paul had to contend with more problems in the new community he had established in Corinth than he did in any of his other letters. 1 Corinthians contains a minefield of issues and difficulties Paul had to address and set the straight on. And all this was compounded by the fact that some were now disputing his authority and claim to apostleship. It wasn't easy, and in 2 Corinthians some of the problems were still persisting...
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