John Bengel Commentary - 1 Corinthians 1:22 - 1:22

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John Bengel Commentary - 1 Corinthians 1:22 - 1:22

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1Co 1:22. [9]ΑἰΤΟῦΣΙ, require) from the apostles, as formerly from Christ.-σοφίαν, wisdom) [The Greeks require in] Christ the sublime philosopher, proceeding by demonstrative proofs.[10]

[9] Σημεῖα, signs) powerful acts. We do not find any sign given by Paul at Corinth, Acts 18.-V. g.

[10] They are not satisfied because Christ, instead of giving philosophic and demonstrative proofs, demands man’s belief, on the ground of His word, and a reasonable amount of evidence.-ED.