Do you want to learn more about Paul's profound messages of hope, exchange, and reconciliation themes of 2nd Corinthians, and why they are still relevant today as they were in ancient Corinth?
In this episode, set against the backdrop of ancient Corinth, Paul's letters to the Corinthians are explored in depth. The content delves into Paul's connection to the church, touching on significant theological concepts such as 'exchange' and 'imputation'. The conversation then turns to the 'glory' of the new covenant, highlighting its accessibility to all believers, contrasting with leaders like Moses. Concluding with the theme of 'reconciliation,' listeners will learn how God, through Christ, seeks to reconnect with humanity.
Overall, this episode offers insights into ancient teachings while highlighting their continued importance today!
[00:00 - 06:57] Challenges and Teachings from 2nd Corinthians
[06:58 - 16:02] Imputation and Generosity
[16:03 - 22:15] Glory, Covenant, and Reconciliation
"He had no sin in himself, but our sin was imputed, attributed, or covering him. And so as he suffered on the cross, he took the just penalty that our sin deserves."- Pastor Jeff Cranston
"The gospel is so simple that small children can understand it, and it is so profound that the studies by the wisest theologians will never exhaust its riches." - Charles Hodge
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