Spirit and the Cross, wisdom and communal discernment:\ud a critical exploration of 1 Corinthians 2.1–3.4

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Sweatman, Carl S;
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This study explores Paul’s teaching on the role of the Spirit in 1 Cor 2.1–\ud 3.4, and how that role relates to the themes of the cross, wisdom and\ud discernment in that passage and the immediate context of 1 Cor 1–4. By\ud providing a close reading of 1 Cor 2.1–3.4, ... View more
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