Faking the Resurrection: Faking Glory Sermons – Bread and Wine

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The implications of being associated with the risen Christ, the One Who overcame the power of death in His resurrection, were understood by the Corinthians to be glory. That arrogant assumption of privilege naturally led to factions and competition. Paul responds by saying that the glory of the resurrection is the cross, which is focused instead on unity and the reconciliation of all things.

The implications of being associated with the risen Christ, the One Who overcame the power of death in His resurrection, were understood by the Corinthians to be glory. That arrogant assumption of privilege naturally led to factions and competition. Paul responds by saying that the glory of the resurrection is the cross, which is focused instead on unity and the reconciliation of all things.

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