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1 Corinthians 8:1-11:1

The Corinthians were apparently arguing that since they knew that an idol was not really a god, they were not worshipping the idol when they went with their friends to the idol's temple to eat a share of the sacrifice. Paul gives four arguments against eating meat sacrificed to idols. In the first two, he assumes that their argument is valid. The last two arguments do not make that assumption. What are his four arguments?
A. (8:7-13)

B. (9:1-27)

C. (10:1-13)

D. (10:14-22)

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