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New Testament Survey Pauline Epistles Week 4. 1 st Corinthians 9-16 The Old “Age”. 1 st Corinthians. Correction and Instruction for the Church. The Old Aeon. This “Present World”: Aeon (then vs. now) Cosmos (earth vs. heaven) Life-context (human vs. new)

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new testament survey pauline epistles week 4

New Testament Survey Pauline EpistlesWeek 4

1st Corinthians 9-16

The Old “Age”

1 st corinthians

1st Corinthians

Correction and Instruction for the Church

the old aeon
The Old Aeon
  • This “Present World”:
    • Aeon (then vs. now)
    • Cosmos (earth vs. heaven)
    • Life-context (human vs. new)
  • God’s rule, Christ’s rule, Satan’s Rule
  • Universality of Sin
    • Flesh
    • Death
this present world
This “Present World”
  • Aspects of the “World-view”:
    • Aeon –Temporal – Timing
      • Present evil age – Gal. 1:4
    • Cosmos – Spatial – Physical place
      • Created world – Rom. 1:20, 4:13, I Cor. 14:!0
    • Life-Context – Spiritual – Dominion/Rule
      • Human situation qualified by sin
      • The world turned away from God
      • Depraved mankind headed for judgment
god s rule christ s rule satan s rule
God’s Rule, Christ’s Rule, Satan’s Rule

NOT

Heavens

God’s Rule / Christ’s Rule

Earth

Satan’s

Rule

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God’s Rule, Christ’s Rule, Satan’s Rule

God’s / Christ’s Rule is Over All

Heavens

Earth

Satan’s

Rule

Christ’s

Rule

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God’s Rule, Christ’s Rule, Satan’s Rule
  • Christ’s Rule
    • Not limited to temporal
    • Not limited to spatial
  • Christ’s Rule is over all
    • All powers were created by Christ – Col.1:16
    • All powers are conquered in Christ – Col. 1:20
    • All powers are part of God’s creation – Rom.8:39
    • Enemies of God are Subject to God – II Cor. 12:7
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God’s Rule, Christ’s Rule, Satan’s Rule
  • Satan’s Rule – Power of “this world”
    • Demonic, evil, misery, death
    • Suffering, oppression, anxiety, adversity
    • Hunger, want, danger,sword
    • “God of this Aeon” – Rom. 16:20; II Cor. 4:4
    • “Spirit now working in the sons of disobedience”
    • Personification of the powers that attempt to separate the believer from the love of Christ.
human vs new life context
“Human” vs. “New” Life-Context
  • Human Life-Context
    • Those fallen into the power of sin
    • “Human nature outside of Christ”
    • Those who belong to the world:
      • Sinners
      • Those who participate in sin
      • Those who experience the judgment of sin
  • New Life-Context
    • Those no longer in the “world”
    • “World” crucified to them and them to it
    • Those no longer conformed to the “world”
universality of sin
Universality of Sin
  • Rom. 3:10-20 – None are righteous
  • Rom. 3:23 – All have sinned
  • Rom. 5:12-21
    • Not about universality of sin
    • Not about how sin is propagated
    • But a connection with Christ’s righteousness & life
    • And a connection with Adam’s sin & death
  • Through Adam sin was given access to the world
  • Death emphasized as the result of sin
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Universality of Sin
  • Flesh (defined)
    • All that is man
    • All that is sinful in man
  • Flesh is Represented by Paul as:
    • Human weakness
    • Dependence on God
    • That which is perishable
    • Man in his sin and depravity
    • Human Being / Sinner
  • Emphasis not on individual sins of a man, but the power of sin over all.
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