Paul saved the most urgent and controversial subjects until the end of the letter and he’s going to deal with them passionately and with a touch of satire and sarcasm. And at the heart of this spirited rant is where he backhands his opponents by calling himself a fool, when everyone reading the letter knows who really is acting foolish. Paul was being really nice in the first 9 chapters, offering words of comfort and grace to his people, but in chapter 10 he starts to sound more like Mr. T than Mr. Rogers.
|Nov 2, 2013||2 Corinthians 10:1-18||I Pity the Fool who takes a Knife to a Gunfight||Jamey Lee|
|Nov 9, 2013||2 Corinthians 11:1-15||I Pity the Fool who Cons their neighbor||Jamey Lee|
|Nov 16, 2013||2 Corinthians 11:16-33||I Pity the Fool who Boasts||Jamey Lee|
|Nov 23, 2013||2 Corinthians 12:1-10||I Pity the Fool who thinks Power is found in strength||Jamey Lee|
|Nov 30, 2013||2 Corinthians 12:11-21||I Pity the Fool who is a Burden||Jamey Lee|
|Dec 7, 2013||2 Corinthians 13:1-14||I Pity the Fool who is Overcome by Sin||Jamey Lee|