Corinth was kind of a military town, serving as the capital of the province Achaia, which is still impressive, even if that’s not as grand as being the capital of the empire.  Now, speaking of armies and being soldiers of the Lord, let’s talk about Christians.  That was an amazing transition, I know.  At the start of chapter 6, what does Paul say Christians shouldn’t do to one another because of it being a bad testimony to unbelievers?

-Punch one another-

-Slander one another-

-Sue one another-

-Hate one another-