20 Controversies That Almost Killed a Church: Paul's Counsel to the Corinthians and the Church Today

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Presbyterian & Reformed Publishing Company, 2003 - Religion - 259 pages
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Revisits the controversies that threatened the Corinthian church, enabling us to see both the snares to avoid and the goal of godliness to be pursued.

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Review: 20 Controversies That Almost Killed a Church: Paul's Counsel to the Corinthians and the Church Today

User Review  - Nate Milne - Christianbook.com

If Paul were to write an epistle to the typical twenty-first century church, what would he say? Dr. Ganz finds the answer in Paul's first letter to the Corinthian church, as they faced many of the ... Read full review

Review: 20 Controversies That Almost Killed a Church: Paul's Counsel to the Corinthians and the Church Today

User Review  - Bill - Christianbook.com

The book was used in a Bible Study, and was well received. Read full review

About the author (2003)

Dr. Richard L. Ganz, senior pastor of a growing church in Ottawa, Canada, and president of Ottawa Theological Hall.

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