In Second Corinthians, we discover an early church struggling with problems such as disunity, rancor, moral failure—problems that continue to plague Christians today. Paul addresses these problems, but he also shares with us in Second Corinthians a core, seemingly contradictory, message of the Christian faith: God’s power is best felt in our weaknesses.
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Kevin Perrotta is an award-winning Catholic journalist and a former editor of God’s Word Today.
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