Paul's Insights on Christian Unity: An Interview

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Me: Today, I am going to be asking few questions on Paul’s experience in the early church and on his insight of the “Unity” Christian community.
Me: I just got to ask, how did you feel when you returned to Antioch after stopping at Ephesus, Caesarean, and Jerusalem in 53 A.D. and after being rejected and arrested by Jesus's opposers?
Paul: Well, it was frustrating at first learning that people are having a hard time believing what has already happened. Some of the people are the Jews and Greeks. For the “Jews demand signs and Greeks search for wisdom”
Me: I understand that you wrote to the Corinthians and Thessalonians in 57A.D. and 52 A.D. You talked about unity within the Christian Church. What I want to know is how you define unity within …show more content…

I would say people are not getting the meaning of the communion in the 50 A.D.
Me: What did you mean when you said, “For the message of the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing, but to us who are being saved it is the power of God.”
Paul: The message of the cross has a different meaning in every different culture; the basic understanding of people is that they only understood the foolishness behind the actions of Christ. They don’t appreciate the gift he has left and wants to know more scientifically. For example; “Jews demand signs and Greeks search for wisdom, but we preach Christ crucified, a stumbling block to Jews”
Me: What did you mean when you said that you were the prisoner of God?
Paul: Well, I am trying to preserve the unity of the spirit through the bond and by the imprisonment of my actions. Showing my kindness to the Christians so that they can understand what it really means to be a Christian.
Me: What do you mean when you tell us to expose the darkness?
Paul: Try to learn what is satisfying to the lord and ignore what disobedient people are doing.
Me: What do you mean when you said we should “put on the armor of

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