V. The Resurrection and Conclusion (1 Corinthians 15-16)

1 Corinthians: Discipleship Lessons from a Troubled Church, by Dr. Ralph F. Wilson
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Paul has one final problem to address. Some of these "spiritual" Corinthians seem to believe that they have already arrived at some kind of completed state, and are denying the resurrection of the dead at Christ's return. Paul's teaching on the resurrection in chapter 15 is the most complete teaching on this in the New Testament.

Following this, Paul concludes in chapter 16 with some brief exhortations and personal words.

  1. Resurrection and the Coming of Christ (1 Corinthians 15)
  2. Giving and Personal Matters (1 Corinthians 16)

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