In his Letters to the Corinthians, Paul, the complicated, layered apostle, writes to a group of people trying a wild, new social experiment known as a Christian community. Not unlike the church today, this community was complicated. They dealt with factions, gender issues, money issues, theological questions, lawsuits, problems in worship, and problems in leadership. Join us for this series in which we’ll explore Christian Community through these remarkable letters to the first-century church.

This is hybrid (virtual and in-person) class was recorded on November 14, 2021 and lead by Dr. Jaime Clark-Soles from Perkins School of Theology.