Thank you for joining us again for our teaching series through the book of 1 Corinthians. This is episode 35 and today we finish chapter 11 by focusing on vv 27-34.
The David Prior quote from today's session:
“...this marks the beginning of a separation between the love-feast and the eucharist. This…is a timely reminder that the Christian worship in Corinth was of a more informal nature, took place in private homes, incorporated both liturgical and spontaneous elements, and was not confined to one hour’s devotions in a specially-constructed building which remained virtually unused for the rest of the week.”
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This coming Wednesday, don't miss our preview of what's to come in our mid-week sessions over the next 3 months before the end of the year and we finish season 4.
We will be talking about transgender ideology, predestination, intercession and activism combined as well as posing some difficult questions for all of us as we survey the general landscape of the Church.
You can watch Wednesday's discussion with Dave Brennan via YouTube here where you can also subscribe for our new VLOG series examining Christianity Today's podcast series, The Rise and Fall of Mars Hill.
In a couple of weeks from now we meet again with Ann Widdecombe regarding the life of Isaiah and next month we have Christopher Ash helping us with our season series on "All the Prophets". Author of umpteen books, including one of our faves, Bible Delight, Christopher is something of an authority on the Psalms.
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