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The Second Letter to the Corinthians
Seifrid, Mark A.

Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2014 pp. xxxiv + 535. $50.00

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Pillar New Testament Commentary

Description: The question that Paul set before the ancient church in Corinth ó Do you not recognize that Jesus Christ is in and among you? (2 Cor 13:5) ó remains a critical question for the church today. This commentary by Mark Seifrid offers a unified reading of 2 Corinthians, which has often been regarded as a composite of excerpts and fragments, as Seifrid seeks to hear Paul's message afresh and communicate it to our time.

Subjects: Bible, New Testament, Pauline Epistles, 2 Corinthians, Literature, Methods, Literary Approaches, Theological Approaches, Biblical Theology, New Testament Theology

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Review by Thomas J. Kraus
Published 6/14/2018
Citation: Thomas J. Kraus, review of Mark A. Seifrid, The Second Letter to the Corinthians, Review of Biblical Literature [] (2018).

Review by James P. Sweeney
Published 8/10/2017
Citation: James P. Sweeney, review of Mark A. Seifrid, The Second Letter to the Corinthians, Review of Biblical Literature [] (2017).

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