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This front matter section of the book Judgment and Community Conflict contains the table of contents, abbreviations, and the preface. This book demonstrates that Paul in 1 Corinthians 3:5 - 4:5 is led by the rhetorical situation to emphasize God's final judgment as the affirmation of the individual Christian's work. Paul is not simply opposing his future eschatology to a Corinthian "realized" eschatology. The book contributes to ongoing debates about the apocalyptic theology of Paul and the eschatological views of the Corinthians.

Keywords: community conflict; Corinthians; final judgment; God; Paul



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