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U~a. THBODORBT OF CYR: Paul was right to add the name of Christ here, because that is what the Corinthians were re- 1JTS 9 9:234. ~ PG 82:231. 9. ~NF 1 12:11. 1 CoRINTHIANS 1:10·16 the faith of Christ. Others think that Chloe is a place, as if one were to say" Antioch's people,'" Is CHRIST THB HuD oP A FACTIONl CHRYSOS· TOM: The quarreling at Corinth was not over for example. Bur others rh ink that she was a trivial matters but over something fundamental. woman devoted to God, in whose company there were many faithful worshipers.