Whose Commendation Really Matters?

  • Mark Petersburg
  • November 25, 2018

Chapter ten of Second Corinthians marks a change in focus in this letter.  Though most of those in the Corinthian church who had opposed Paul had repented, there remained a dissenting minority.  Beginning at chapter ten, Paul turns his attention to these folks and defends himself, his ministry and his apostleship.  In this chapter he defends against the charges of cowardice, of weakness and contemptible speech, and of ambition.