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2 Corinthians 10-13 – A Different Tone. Irony, 10:1; sarcasm, 10:12; 11:19. Why? His apostolic authority at stake Response to accusations of false teachers who invaded Corinth Foxes in the henhouse Forced Paul to contrast his genuine call to apostleship with opponents’ fraudulent credentials.

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2 corinthians 10 13 a different tone
2 Corinthians 10-13 –A Different Tone
  • Irony, 10:1; sarcasm, 10:12; 11:19. Why?
    • His apostolic authority at stake
      • Response to accusations of false teachers who invaded Corinth
      • Foxes in the henhouse
    • Forced Paul to contrast his genuine call to apostleship with opponents’ fraudulent credentials
accusations against paul
Accusations Against Paul
  • Inferior in presence, 10:1, 10
  • Untutored in speech, 10:1, 10; 11:6
  • Bold at a distance, cowardly when present, 10:2
  • Fleshly; lived according to standard of world, 10:2
  • Not sound in intellect, 11:16-17, 19
paul s enemies
Paul’s enemies
  • Dangerous influence, 11:3.
  • Introduced new teaching, 11:4
  • Boasted, 11:18-19, 22-23
  • Violent, 11:20-21
2 co 10 1 irony and sarcasm
2 Co.10:1, irony and sarcasm
  • We detect irony and sarcasm by tone of voice and speed of words
  • In writing, we use context
    • “Oh sure you did”
    • “Yeah, right”
      • Elijah, 1 K.18
      • Micaiah, 1 K.22
      • Job 12:2 . . .
walk war according to flesh 10 2 3
Walk / War according to flesh(10:2-3)
  • Lies, Mt.2
  • Insinuations, Mt.26:61; Lk.23:2-5
  • Persecutions, Ac.16
  • Party spirit, Ac.17; 19
  • Philosophies, Col.2
  • Pseudo science, 1 Tim.6:20
2 co 10 7a
2 Co.10:7a

Statement: “Ye look at the things that are before your face” (ASV; NASB; NIV)

Command: “Look at what is before your eyes” (NRSV; ESV)

Question: “Do you look at things accord-ing to the outward appearance? (NKJV)