2 Corinthians 10 - 11
Steve Gregg discusses the challenges scholars face in interpreting the last chapters of 2 Corinthians. Scholars believe that the tone and contents of these chapters do not fit the natural conclusion of the earlier chapters. The use of the word "super apostles" has led scholars to believe that it may be a sarcastic reference to those who claim to be superior to Paul. Gregg suggests that when Paul uses the word "flesh," it often refers to the human condition with its fallen characteristics and limitations, and that we should not rely on our own power and strength in spiritual warfare.