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In Ephesus, about A.D. 55, Paul wrote this letter, near the end of his third missionary journey. The letter revolves around a series of problems in Christian conduct permeating the church at Corinth. Thus it deals with progressive sanctification, the continuing development of holiness of character. Obviously Paul was personally concerned with the Corinthians' problems revealing a true paster's (shepherd's) heart. In spite of the concentration on problems, the book contains some of the most beloved chapters in the entire Bible -- e.g. ch 13 (on love) and ch 15 (on the resurrection).