In verses 1-8, Paul shames the Corinthian church for their use of secular courts for settling their differences.
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In obedience to a vision from God, we learn in verses 9-18 that Paul spends well over a year in the city of Corinth preaching the Good News.
Some of the religious leaders were angry with Paul’s message, so they attempted to have him prosecuted. When the case went poorly for them, they took out their frustrations on the synagogue ruler Sosthenes.
However, in today’s culture, very conservative churches forbid speaking in tongues.
Why do we take the message that women should keep silent in churches more seriously than Paul’s teaching on tongues?