B 85 2 Corinthians—A Letter of Integrity (2017)


The letter we know as 2 Corinthians offers a remarkable insight into the ministry and self-understanding of Paul, showing him to be tender, vulnerable and empathetic. There is nothing quite like it anywhere else in the New Testament.

This lyrical study and profound reflection highlights the key aspects of this letter, demonstrating how it might speak both for us and to us, becoming a supportive friend in our own struggles. It includes an assessment of the view that 2 Corinthians is composite and lists its use in the lectionary.

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Author: Revd John Proctor

John Proctor is a minister of the United Reformed Church. Now retired, he has served in a Glasgow parish, a Cambridge college and the URC’s central office in London. John has written commentaries on Matthew’s Gospel (BRF, revised edition 2022) and the Corinthian letters (WJK, 2015), also several Grove booklets on New Testament themes. He is married to Elaine, and they live near Cambridge.

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