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1 Corinthians
1 CorinthiansSteve Gregg

In this discussion, Steve Gregg covers 1 Corinthians 2, addressing themes of disunity, church leadership, and the importance of relying on the power of God over human wisdom. He emphasizes the need to understand spiritual truths and stresses the importance of personal encounters with God's power, which are immune to persuasive arguments against Christianity. Ultimately, Gregg argues that it is a personal experience of encountering the Holy Spirit and a loyal devotion to God that forms the foundation of the Christian faith.

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