Proclaiming the Gospel in an Age of Super Apostles

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WHI Classic • In his second letter to the Corinthians, Paul warned his readers about various slick preachers that he referred to as the “super-apostles.” Though their style was smooth and rhetorically attractive, the substance of the gospel was either being ignored or distorted. So Paul admonishes the Corinthians church saying, “if someone comes and proclaims another Jesus…you put up with it readily enough!” On this edition of the White Horse Inn, the hosts discuss Paul’s concerns about style over substance, especially as it relates to trends in the contemporary church (originally Aird 08-28-11).

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