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Corinthians: The Gospel According to Saint Paul

A Six Lesson Audio Bible Study Course

In this six lesson audio series given at Franciscan University during the Year of St. Paul, Dr. Scott Hahn explores the rich theology of the “Doctor of the Gentiles” through a close reading of Paul’s First Epistle to the Corinthians.  You can listen online or download the talks to your computer or mp3 player.



Lesson One - “Saint Paul Called or Converted?”

   

Audio:Listen to Lesson One Here:

Part 1
Part 2

Handouts:

St. Paul Timeline [.pdf]
St. Paul Outline [.pdf]


Lesson Two - “The Word of the Cross and The Wisdom of God”

Read:
1stCorinthians 1 & 2


Audio:

Listen to Lesson Two Here:  Audio File

Handouts:

Pope Benedict XVI on
St. Paul’s Biography [.pdf]
St. Paul’s Conversion [.pdf]


Lesson Three - “1st Corinthians 3 & 4”

Read:
1stCorinthians 3 & 4


Audio:

Listen to Lesson Three Here:  Audio File

Handouts:

Pope Benedict XVI
On Paul, an Apostle of Christ [.pdf]


Lesson Four - “The Corinthian Church:
The Temple of God”

Read:
1stCorinthians 10


Audio:

Listen to Lesson Four Here:  Audio File

Handouts:

Pope Benedict XVI
On Paul’s Dealings with Peter [.pdf]


Lesson Five - “Share in the Cup of Blessing”

Read:
1stCorinthians 11

Audio:

Listen to Lesson Five Here:  Audio File

Handouts:

Pope Benedict XVI
On Paul and the Others Apostles [.pdf]


Lesson Six

Read:
Listen to Lesson Six Here: Audio File 


 

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