by Donald Cantrell

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Calming Chaos at Corinth (7 of 21)
Series: 1 Corinthians
Donald Cantrell
1 Corinthians 6:1-20

I - The Court System (1 - 8)
II - The Condemned Sins (9 - 10)
III - The Changed Sinner (11)
IV - The Challenging Scenarios (12)
V - The Clear Mandate (13 - 14)
VI - The Consecrated Members (15 - 20)

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Theme: ''Discussing Court Lawsuits and Christian Liberty truthfully''



One day, two men appeared before a judge to have settled a dispute. One argued that the other had moved the boundary marker by five feet and thereby has taken possession of his land. After listening to both arguments and going through some documents the judge could not determine where the boundary should really be. So, he ordered that the five feet be divided in two. The first man stood and said, ''Your Honor, I will be the bigger person, let him have it all.'' The second man got up and said, ''Your Honor, I'll be the bigger person and go right on and accept.''

A man who had purchased a BMW took his new car to a detailing shop for a fancier look and discovered that the car had been partly repainted before it was sold, due to damage done by acid rain. The man was awarded $4,000 in compensatory damages, and $4 Million in punitive damages. The court upheld the verdict, but cut the punitive damages to $2 million.

''Woman who drove drunk gets $300,000''. An Ontario woman who got drunk at an office party and crashed her car has successfully sued her employer for allowing her to drive -- even though her company offered a cab ride or accommodation if she gave up her keys. Linda Hunt, 52, won more than $300,000 in damages and interest from Sutton Group Realty Ltd., of Barrie, Ont., after arguing her boss should have stopped her from driving home in a snowstorm following a 1994 Christmas party.'' The judge assessed Hunt's damages from the resulting accident at $1.2 million, but reduced that by ...

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