1 Corinthians (Macarthur New Testament Commentary Series)
Respected Bible teacher Dr John MacArthur has produced a non-technical commentary series that is clearly expressed, logically arranged, and focused on personal application. Dr Macarthur identifies the major doctrines in each New Testament book, and explains them not only in...
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Respected Bible teacher Dr John MacArthur has produced a non-technical commentary series that is clearly expressed, logically arranged, and focused on personal application. Dr Macarthur identifies the major doctrines in each New Testament book, and explains them not only in their particular context, but also in relation to the whole of Scripture. From Moody Press.
This New Testament commentary series reflects this objective of explaining and applying Scripture. Some commentaries are primarily linguistic, others are mostly theological, and some are mainly homiletical. This one is basically explanatory, or expository. It is not linguistically technical, but deals with linguistics when this seems helpful to proper interpretation. It is not theologically expansive, but focuses on the major doctrines in each text and on how they relate to the whole of Scripture. It is not primarily homiletical, though each unit of thought is generally treated as one chapter, with a clear outline and logical flow of thought. Most truths are illustrated and applied with other Scripture. After establishing the context of a passage, I have tried to follow closely the writer's development and reasoning.
These study guides, part of a set from noted Bible scholar, John MacArthur, take readers on a journey through biblical texts to discover what lies beneath the surface, focusing on meaning and context, and then reflecting on the explored passage or concept. With probing questions that guide the reader toward application, as well as ample space for journaling, The MacArthur New Testamant Commentary Series are invaluable tools for Bible students of all ages. This work on First Corinthians is part of a New Testament commentary series which has as its objective explaining and applying Scripture, focusing on the major doctrines and how they relate to the whole of the Bible.
John MacArthur, the author of numerous best selling books that have touched millions of lives, is pastor-teacher of Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, California and president of The Master's College and Seminary. He is also president of Grace to You, the ministry that produces the international radio program Grace to You and a host of print, audio, and Internet resources. He authored the notes in the Gold Medallion Award-winning The MacArthur Study Bible. John and his wife, Patricia, have four children who have given them thirteen grandchildren.- Publisher.
- <div>1. Called To Be Saints (1:1-3)<br><br>2. The Benefits Of Being A Saint (1:4-9)<br><br>3. Splits And Quarrels In The Church (1:10-17)<br><br>4. The Foolishness Of God-part 1 (1:18-25)<br><br>5. The Foolishness Of God-part 2 (1:26-2:5)<br><br>6. Understanding The Wisdom Of God (2:6-16)<br><br>7. Carnal Christians (3:1-9)<br><br>8. The Judgment Of Believers' Works (3:10-17)<br><br>9. How To Eliminate Division (3:18-23)<br><br>10. True Servants Of Christ (4:1-5)<br><br>11. Conceit And Humility (4:6-13)<br><br>12. Marks Of A Spiritual Father (4:14-21)<br><br>13. Immorality In The Church (5:1-13)<br><br>14. Forbidden Lawsuits (6:1-11)<br><br>15. Christian Liberty And Sexual Freedom (6:12-20)<br><br>16. To Marry Or Not To Marry (7:1-7)<br><br>17. Divine Guidelines For Marriage (7:8-16)<br><br>18. Christians And Social Revolution (7:17-24)<br><br>19. Reasons For Remaining Single (7:25-40)<br><br>20. The Limits Of Christian Liberty (8:1-13)<br><br>21. Supporting The Man Of God (9:1-14)<br><br>22. Refusing To Use Your Liberty (9:15-27)<br><br>23. The Danger Of Overconfidence (10:1-13)<br><br>24. The Truth About Idolatry (10:14-22)<br><br>25. Using Freedom For God's Glory (10:23-11:1)<br><br>26. The Subordination And Equality Of Women (11:2-16)<br><br>27. Celebrating The Lord's Supper (11:17-34)<br><br>28. The Background And Testing Of Counterfeit Spiritual Gifts (12:1-3)<br><br>29. The Source And Purpose Of Spiritual Gifts (12:4-7)<br><br>30. Varieties Of Spiritual Gifts (12:8-11)<br><br>31. Unified And Diversified (12:12-19)<br><br>32. Interdependence, Not Independence (12:20-31)<br><br>33. The Prominence Of Love (13:1-3).<br><br>34. The Qualities Of Love-part 1 (13:4-5)<br><br>35. The Qualities Of Love-part 2 (13:6-7)<br><br>36. The Permanence Of Love (13:8-13)<br><br>37. The Position Of The Gift Of Tongues (14:1-19)<br><br>38. The Purpose And Procedure For The Gift Of Tongues (14:20-28)<br><br>39. The Procedure For Prophecy (14:29-40)<br><br>40. The Evidence For Christ's Resurrection (15:1-11)<br><br>41. The Importance Of Bodily Resurrection (15:12-19)<br><br>42. The Resurrection Plan (15:20-28)<br><br>43. Resurrection Incentives (15:29-34)<br><br>44. Our Resurrection Bodies (15:35-49)<br><br>45. Victory Over Death (15:50-58)<br><br>46. Concerning The Collection (16:1-4)<br><br>47. Doing The Lord's Work In The Lord's Way (16:5-12)<br><br>48. Principles For Powerful Living (16:13-14)<br><br>49. Marks Of Love In The Fellowship (16:15-24)</div>