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Oct 23, 2007


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Michael, I really believe that it is in 1Cor and in Ephesians where we see Paul's position on a number of these issues with some clarity, and it is both an acute application of what Jesus had taught as well as a good step forward on a number of the then cultural frontlines.

Neat explication and handling of a very complex issue!

Michael W. Kruse

Thanks Sam! I agree about Ephesians and 1 Corinthians. They seem to have been intended for wide circualtion when they were written. Maybe that is why we get a more comprehensive view.

Peter Kirk

Interesting to see that Bailey more or less agrees with the unconventional conclusion which I came to independently in 1988, in this college essay, that 1 Corinthians 4:18 to 6:11 is a distinct section of the letter. The whole essay is my treatment of chapter 7.

Michael W. Kruse

Hi Peter. Thanks for the link! I look forward to studying it.

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