This episode is the sixth in a series called "Forming a J-Curve Community," based on Part 5 of Paul's book, J-Curve: Dying and Rising with Jesus in Everyday Life.
"Some of the Corinthians called themselves the elite, the 'spiritual' ones. It sounds like it was an early version of Gnosticism. They considered themselves 'spiritual' and looked down on Christians that weren’t as wise as they were."
"The world has the right to demand that we look like Jesus."
"The Spirit appears to be, if there is such a thing, the gentlest of the Trinity. We’re warned against offending the Spirit. My pride offends the Spirit. My independence offends the Spirit. In that sense he is elusive."