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The front section of this book Paul and the Corinthians contains a table of contents, contributors and an introduction. This book essays on the Corinthian correspondence comprises four sections. In the first section, the four essays are centered around the twin themes of the text and traditions in the Corinthian correspondence. The second section is concerned with the application of new research methodologies, which blend together sociological and rhetorical scholarship on Paul in order to provide new insights into the text. The third section has to do with the fact that the Corinthian correspondence is sometimes regarded as lacking in theological content. The final section concerns the subjects of Paul's opponents, apologetics and visions in the Corinthian letters, which have long been contentious issues among commentators.

Keywords: apologetics; Corinthian; Paul's opponents

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