Church History 7B: Liberals and Evangelicals

Evangelicalism In the 1800s, there are a large number of Protestant denominations living alongside each other in relative peace. While they differ on important doctrinal matters, they develop in similar directions, and work together in various ways. One particular movement (esp. in England and North America) may be identified as evangelicalism. The word “evangelical” is…

Church History 2B: Issues in Corinth

The first epistle to the Corinthians 1 Corinthians follows the typical epistolary structure. The first chapter contains sender, recipient, greeting, and encouragement. In the last chapter, Paul discusses his future plans to visit, gives personal greetings, and writes a benediction in his own handwriting (like a signature). In the main part of the epistle, Paul…