2 Corinthians Power in Weakness (Paperback)
|Author: Kevin Perrotta|
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In "2 Corinthians," we discover an early church struggling with problems such as disunity, rancor, moral failure--problems that continue to plague Christians today. Paul addresses these problems, but he also shares with us in "2 Corinthians" a core, seemingly contradictory, message of the Christian faith: God''s power is best felt in our weaknesses.
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In 2 Corinthians: Power in Weakness , we discover an early church struggling with problems such as disunity, rancor, moral failure—problems that continue to plague Christians today. Paul addresses these problems, but he also shares with us in 2 Corinthians a core, seemingly contradictory, message of the Christian faith: God's power is best felt in our weaknesses.
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