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==Chapters in 1 Peter==
 
==Chapters in 1 Peter==
 
'''Chapter One'''
 
'''Chapter One'''
The first chapter of 1 Peter tells of [[God]]'s word that was preached about being [[Holy]] and the infallibility of God's word.
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The first chapter of 1 Peter tells of [[God]]'s word that was preached about being Holy and the infallibility of God's word.
 
An interesting sentence is 1:7, which states that gold and silver perish - even though refined by fire, which obviously isn't quite true.
 
An interesting sentence is 1:7, which states that gold and silver perish - even though refined by fire, which obviously isn't quite true.
  

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The First Epistle of Peter (First Peter, 1 Peter) is the 21st book of the New Testament and the 60th book of the King James Version of the Bible as a whole. The book is set out as a letter which was adressed to churches throughout Asia Minor which, at the time, were being persecuted for their religion.

Contents

Summary

Chapters in 1 Peter

Chapter One The first chapter of 1 Peter tells of God's word that was preached about being Holy and the infallibility of God's word. An interesting sentence is 1:7, which states that gold and silver perish - even though refined by fire, which obviously isn't quite true.

Chapter Two Chapter Two begins with a message to rid yourselves of sins and a parable of a rock, the parable accompanying the notion of a bad stone with non-belief and a good stone (one being used in buildings) with belief. It then goes on to urge somewhat of a call to perservere, telling people of a Holy nation to abstain from sinning. The chapter then goes on to urge everyone including slaves to submit to God. There seems to be some inconsistencies over the object that bore jesus, 1 Peter tells of jesus on a tree as opposed to a cross (2:24).

Chapter Three Chapter Three is mainly aimed at husbands and wives, and gives a set of guidelines for each to live by. It tells women to be utterly submissive to their husbands, and husbands to be considerate to their 'weaker partners' - their wives. This directly shows sexism and proves that not all sexism is contained within the Old Testament, so this book proves the undoing to the apologetical arguments of both sexism and slavery being in the Old Testament.

Chapter Four

Chapter Five

Authorship

1 Peter is said to have been by Saint Peter the Apostle although scholars date it to be from roughly 75 - 112 CE and from a different author after Saint Peter's death.

Commentary

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