A Handbook on Paul's Second Letter to the Corinthians
A verse-by-verse analysis and commentary on Second Corintians by recognized biblical translation experts. Focuses special attention on critical words and phrases, explaining accepted interpretations, noting how various translations have handled these passages, and often explaining the nuances of the Greek text.
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A Introduction 1 111
B Paul and the church at Corinth 1 127 16
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Achaia add the word affliction apostles beginning boast body brother CEV says chapter churches clause context contrast Corinth Corinthian Christians death discourse English explicit follows FRCL give glory God's gospel grace Greek New Testament hearts Hebrew Holy Spirit human idea include the readers interpretation ITCL Jesus Christ Jewish Christians Judea Knox letter live Lord Jesus Macedonia manuscripts meaning ministry Moses noun NRSV Old Testament ourselves passive Paul is referring Paul's person plural pronouns Phps phrase possessive pronoun possible model preach previous verse probably quotation REB says receptor language rendered restructure righteousness RSV and TEV RSV TEV RSV translation scripture section heading sense separate sentence Septuagint simply someone speak splendor suffering superapostles tense term things Titus transition word UBS Greek verb translated verbal expression verse 16 versions weak