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First Corinthians is a single whole document written by Paul in the early 50s CE The letter was written in Ephesus and intended for the members of a church that had been newly built in Corinth Greece Paul focused the correspondences to the church on some issues that were plaguing the citizens of Corinth The issues included sex Christian unity behavior in the church and resurrection Through each correspondence Paul gives rules and directions for the people of Corinth to follow Pauls letters to Corinth were the most extensive correspondences to any one church or city in the entire New Testament Paul converted to Christianity from Judaism because of a revelation of Jesus Christ Now Paul was traveling around northern Greece to churches in Phillipi Thessalonica and Beroea Paul briefly stopped in Athens before taking a trip to Corinth The fact that Paul was able to make this long trip shows the strength stamina and the deeply felt beliefs that carried Paul along the way Paul stayed in the city of Corinth for about a year and a half before sailing to Ephesus It is from this city that Paul wrote the letters to the church in Corinth The people of Corinth were by no means saints or angels The Emperor Augustus made the city of Corinth the most luxurious and richest city in all of Greece as well as the most inhabited In fact the city was the Greek capital in 27 CE By the time Paul arrived in 50 CE the city had a reputation for prosperity trade and materialism Corinth was also a large and very busy seaport that had many sailors which would visit from all across Europe These sailors were notorious for hanging around the legions of prostitutes that inhabited the city The patron goddess was Aphrodite and it was no surprise that many citizens of Corinth were engaging in sexual acts that they should not It is for
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