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Bible (Reina Valera) NT 07: 1 Corintios

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The Reina-Valera version of the Bible is a classic and highly respected translation of the Scriptures. This particular edition focuses on the New Testament book of 1 Corinthians, providing readers with a clear and accessible presentation of the text.

The book offers insightful commentary and annotations that help clarify the meaning of the verses, making it a valuable resource for both personal study and group discussions. The language is easy to understand, making it suitable for readers of all ages and backgrounds.

Overall, this edition of 1 Corinthians is a must-have for anyone looking to deepen their understanding of the Bible and grow in their faith. It is a valuable addition to any library and a great tool for those seeking to study the Word of God in depth.

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La ciudad de Corinto estaba en el corazón de una ruta comercial principal en el mundo antiguo. Como muchas ciudades que trabajan en el comercio, Corinto tenía fama de inmoralidad sexual, diversidad religiosa y corrupción. La iglesia que Pablo plantó allí se tambaleaba bajo todas estas influencias y comenzó a dividirse sobre varios temas. La Primera carta a los Corintios aborda muchas de las preguntas prácticas que dividen a la iglesia - preguntas concernientes a cosas tales como dones espirituales, matrimonio, alimento ofrecido a los ídolos, y la resurrección. Pablo instó a los corintios a que se unificaran y a entregarse plenamente a la obra del Señor. El capítulo 13 incluye un pasaje muy conocido sobre la naturaleza y la importancia del amor. Pablo escribió la primera carta a los Corintios desde Éfeso en la primavera del año 55 D.C.
The city of Corinth was at the heart of a major commercial route in the ancient world. Like many cities working in commerce, Corinth had a reputation for sexual immorality, religious diversity, and corruption. The church that Paul planted there staggered under all these influences and began to be divided on several matters. The First Letter to the Corinthians addresses many of the practical questions that divide the church - questions concerning such things as spiritual gifts, marriage, food offered to idols, and resurrection. Paul urged the Corinthians to be united and give themselves fully to the work of the Lord. Chapter 13 includes a well-known passage about the nature and importance of love. Paul wrote the first letter to the Corinthians from Ephesus in the spring of AD 55. - Summary by Claudia Barrett

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