It is tempting to take out the doctrines of the Christian faith that do not seem to be that high of a priority. We could do this with the doctrine of the resurrection. We could try to make the case that this is a doctrine that only impacts us at the end of life rather than impacting us right now. Is that something that the Apostle Paul would affirm? Why does Paul make such a big deal about the resurrection and the gospel? What does the Corinthian church teach us about the continuing nature of the church?