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Where Does Christian Freedom End?: First Corinthians Chapter Eight Exegetical Commentary Series (Exegetical Commentary) [Paperback]

By Spiros Zodhiates (Author)
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Item description for Where Does Christian Freedom End?: First Corinthians Chapter Eight Exegetical Commentary Series (Exegetical Commentary) by Spiros Zodhiates...

Where Does Christian Freedom End? Dr. Zodhiates discusses the issue of Christian liberty as one relates to weaker brethren, non-believers, and the community in which he lives. the commentary is based on the conflicts experienced by believers in Corinth who were making an effort not to offend those weaker in the faith. Contains Greek and Scripture indexes.

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The city of Corinth during New Testament times was filled with temples where the people sacrificed animals to idols they considered to be gods. Thus, when the Apostle Paul preached the gospel in Corinth (Acts 18:1-17) and both Jews and Gentiles were saved, he had also the task of discipling the Christians in matters concerning idols they had once worshiped.Now that these converts believed in the true God and forsook idols as Jesus Christ became their Lord and the true God became their Father, Paul taught them that the idols considered as gods by the heathen were nonentities. They were mere figments of the imagination of man.A practical question faced by these new Christians in Corinth regarded the food they should eat. The meats that were sacrificed to idols were available in the marketplace for purchase, including the Christians. Since these meats were cheaper and the idols were considered nonentities by the Christians, Paul believed and taught that eating this food was up to each individual Christian's conscience. Paul claimed that food does not commend us to God, nor does it detract from the relationship of man to God (1 Cor. 8:8).The main point addressed in this commentary was the question about whether or not eating this food would offend a "weak" brother. This chapter was written by Paul to help develop the conscience to the point that the believer does not merely do that which pleases him, but that which brings glory to God.

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Item Specifications...

Studio: AMG Publishers
Pages   109
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 8.28" Width: 5.3" Height: 0.35"
Weight:   0.3 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   May 1, 2004
Publisher   AMG Publishers
Age  16
Series  Exegetical Commentary  
ISBN  0899574696  
ISBN13  9780899574691  

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More About Spiros Zodhiates

Spiros Zodhiates Reina-Valera 1960 is a Spanish translation of the Bible, first published in 1569 in Basel, Switzerland and nicknamed the Biblia del Oso (in English: Bible of the Bear). It was not the first complete Bible in Spanish; several others, most notably the Alfonsina Bible, were published in previous centuries.
Since the 1960 revision was released, there has been much debate among conservative Christian groups which use the Reina-Valera Bible. However, the 1960 revision became the common Bible of many millions of Spanish-speaking Christians around the world, surpassing the 1909 in its reception.

Spiros Zodhiates currently resides in Chattanooga, in the state of Tennessee.

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