Tools for Teaching 1 Corinthians
Updated April 11, 1996
These lessons are set up as transparency originals. They can be photocopied to transparency film and projected without modification. Alternatively, they can be used as notes by the instructor of a class. They are complete with illustrations (illustrations are not designed for projection).
10 Panels presenting chapter 1 ( .PDF file; 27,149 bytes )
5 Panels presenting chapter 2 ( .PDF file; 94,231 bytes )
7 Panels presenting chapter 3 ( .PDF file; 99,478 bytes )
7 Panels presenting chapter 4 ( .PDF file; 23,842 bytes )
7 Panels presenting chapter 5 ( .PDF file; 23,028 bytes )
8 Panels presenting chapter 6 ( .PDF file; 26,138 bytes )
Link to Mark Copeland's Outlines on 1st Corinthians.
Link to 1st Epistle of Clement to the Corinthians [ca 96].
- A formal letter written on behalf of the Roman Christian
community urging Christians who had been rebelling
against church authority to be submissive and obedient.
Tradition attributes it to Clement, allegedly one of the
first bishops of Rome.
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