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John 3:16 ESV
16 “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life.

Julius Caesar re-founded the city mostly with former soldiers and freed slaves. Some scholars have argued that this background led to a situation in which the city had a number of “empowered” individuals with wealth who nevertheless did not have the kind of “noble status” that usually went along with it. Such a “status inconsistency” might help explain some of the things going on in the church at Corinth, where boasting was so prevalent and several groups seemed to be using Christianity as a way to gain status.

Julius Caesar re-founded the city mostly with former soldiers and freed slaves. Some scholars have argued that this background led to a situation in which the city had a number of “empowered” individuals with wealth who nevertheless did not have the kind of “noble status” that usually went along with it. Such a “status inconsistency” might help explain some of the things going on in the church at Corinth, where boasting was so prevalent and several groups seemed to be using Christianity as a way to gain status.

Julius Caesar re-founded the city mostly with former soldiers and freed slaves. Some scholars have argued that this background led to a situation in which the city had a number of “empowered” individuals with wealth who nevertheless did not have the kind of “noble status” that usually went along with it. Such a “status inconsistency” might help explain some of the things going on in the church at Corinth, where boasting was so prevalent and several groups seemed to be using Christianity as a way to gain status.

Julius Caesar re-founded the city mostly with former soldiers and freed slaves. Some scholars have argued that this background led to a situation in which the city had a number of “empowered” individuals with wealth who nevertheless did not have the kind of “noble status” that usually went along with it. Such a “status inconsistency” might help explain some of the things going on in the church at Corinth, where boasting was so prevalent and several groups seemed to be using Christianity as a way to gain status.

Julius Caesar re-founded the city mostly with former soldiers and freed slaves. Some scholars have argued that this background led to a situation in which the city had a number of “empowered” individuals with wealth who nevertheless did not have the kind of “noble status” that usually went along with it. Such a “status inconsistency” might help explain some of the things going on in the church at Corinth, where boasting was so prevalent and several groups seemed to be using Christianity as a way to gain status.

Julius Caesar re-founded the city mostly with former soldiers and freed slaves. Some scholars have argued that this background led to a situation in which the city had a number of “empowered” individuals with wealth who nevertheless did not have the kind of “noble status” that usually went along with it. Such a “status inconsistency” might help explain some of the things going on in the church at Corinth, where boasting was so prevalent and several groups seemed to be using Christianity as a way to gain status.

Julius Caesar re-founded the city mostly with former soldiers and freed slaves. Some scholars have argued that this background led to a situation in which the city had a number of “empowered” individuals with wealth who nevertheless did not have the kind of “noble status” that usually went along with it. Such a “status inconsistency” might help explain some of the things going on in the church at Corinth, where boasting was so prevalent and several groups seemed to be using Christianity as a way to gain status.

Julius Caesar re-founded the city mostly with former soldiers and freed slaves. Some scholars have argued that this background led to a situation in which the city had a number of “empowered” individuals with wealth who nevertheless did not have the kind of “noble status” that usually went along with it. Such a “status inconsistency” might help explain some of the things going on in the church at Corinth, where boasting was so prevalent and several groups seemed to be using Christianity as a way to gain status.

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