Translated from Spanish to English with Google Translator.

In the Sketch of 1 Corinthians 1 Paul speaks of the "wisdom of the world" (3b) which in 1 Corinthians 2.5 calls it "the wisdom of men"; in 2.6 "wisdom of this age," (that is why it fits so well the translation of the term σοφία [1] into "Philosophy" that makes the NIV version) and contrasts it with the wisdom that comes from God, reveals about himself in the Scripture.

The outline of Chapter 2 could be defined as follows:

1. 1 Co. 2.1-5 Preaching of the Crucified Christ The Apostle takes up the theme of contrasting philosophy with the wisdom revealed in the Word and reaffirms that wine came from the Word of God and not from philosophy, and gives reason for its conduct in the verse 5, so that their faith (and ours) depended not on human wisdom, but on the power of God.

2. 1 Cor. 2.6-16 The Revelation that comes from God Paul points out that among believers who have reached maturity, that is, those who have experience in working the Word of Justice [2], it is common to speak wisdom of God, that is, philosophizing (thinking, developing, exposing or speaking) about what God says, which is exactly what I am doing now, to philosophize about 1 Corinthians 2. In verse 8 makes it clear that this "Philosophy" Children of God. In verse 10, the Apostle tells us that this wisdom comes by revelation from the Holy Spirit.

3. The spiritual and the natural. 13 The spiritual is accommodated to the spiritual; 14 the natural man can not perceive the spiritual, 15 the spiritual man perceives - he understands both the carnal and the spiritual, and precisely for this reason he can judge between what is carnal and what is spiritual, what is right and what That's wrong. Paul says: "But the spiritual judgeth all things; but he is not judged of anyone. "He who is spiritual judges all things, analyzes them and catalogs them in good and convenient or bad and inconvenient. This is something that the Pseudo-Christian New Age shepherds and "Anointed" constantly deny, condemning all judgment about what they do, obviously so that no one dares to say that they do so unbiblically. But Paul clearly says that the spiritual judge all things.

The Bible clearly says that spiritual people understand the Word of God, because we have the mind of Christ (verse 16) and that we must judge all things, so why do you scandalize when your works are analyzed and criticized when they go against it What does God say in His Word? Should not you thank the correction and repent of your sin rather than offend and treat the spiritual as a heretic?

And on the other hand, if the spirituals have the mind of Christ and understand the Word and the thought of God, in what spirit are you, that you congregate 30 years ago and you do not understand anything of what you read, nor remember after five What did you hear in the service?

It is time for us to let ourselves be molded by the Word, to reject the carnal anger and accept the deal that Scripture gives us, because it is for our salvation. Week 70 is on the doorstep, do not stay outside.


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[1] Wisdom in Greek
[2] Hebrews 5.14

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