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The Catholic Study Bible A special version of the New American Bible, with a wealth of background information useful to Catholics.

Working through 2 Corinthians

Some initial observations about the connection of parts of the text will help us read 2 Corinthians with better understanding. As already indicated, 2 Corinthians follows a rather disrupted and choppy sequence. Following the usual Greco‐Roman letter structure, 2 Corinthians has the three main parts of the address in 1, 1–7 , the body of the letter in 1, 8–13, 10 , and the conclusion in 13, 11–13 . Our comments will consider each of these parts. A working outline of 2 Corinthians is as follows:

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