Immorality in Corinth

Eugene Finnegan Bible Project

Paul wrote about the immorality in Corinth by discussing an immoral brother, how to resolve personal disputes, and the value of sexual purity.  Regarding marriage, Paul stated that it was better for Christians to remain unmarried, but that if they lacked self-control, it was better to marry than to burn.  This letter included marriage as an apostolic practice.  Peter had a mother-in-law and thus, by inference, a wife.  

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