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“Corinth Had Problems, Too”Series: Sin · Temptation · Worldliness · Satan
When the need arises to preach some hard truths to address, for instance, worldliness or false doctrines that have made their way into the church, some shy away from that responsibility. They point to the church in Corinth and say, “Corinth had problems, too.” While it is clear from Paul's letters that the church in Corinth had problems, was Paul content just to let those problems remain unaddressed to preserve the (ostensible) unity in Corinth? Or was the whole point of Paul's letters to deal with those problems so that the Corinthians could be truly united in Jesus Christ?