Like many local bodies of believers, the Corinthian church was rife with factionalism and division, with believers lining up behind various apostles and teachers. As Paul taught, however, Jesus is the most significant person in the church and the ultimate basis for unity within the people of God. Alistair Begg applies Paul’s corrective to disunity by explaining how we share in Christ’s crucifixion, are baptized into Him, and believe in the Gospel together.
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