Category Archives: Corinthian Studies

Abstract from Dissertation at University of Wales, Trinity Saint David / Wales Evangelical School of Theology

“TRACES OF A GOSPEL WRITING IN 1 CORINTHIANS: REDISCOVERY AND DEVELOPMENT OF ORIGEN’S UNDERSTANDING OF 1 CORINTHIANS 4:6B” Abstract The identity of the document referenced by the saying quoted in 1 Corinthians 4:6, ‘Nothing beyond what stands written’, has been … Continue reading

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Did the early church permit women to speak up in its public assemblies?

Two passages of Scripture in the same document, by the same author (Paul), seem to answer this question very differently. On the one hand, Paul seems to presuppose women may speak up in church (at minimum) to pray and to … Continue reading

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