Every congregation has problems. The early church did, too.
Paul wrote the book of First Corinthians to teach Christians how to deal with
various problems so the members could be right with God and each other. In this
commentary on the epistle, Jackson gives the background of the book, an outline
of the book, and covers the text in chapter-by-chapter fashion. He explains the
content of the letter and discusses the lessons for modern-day readers.