Milton Vincent has written a book entitled, ‘A Gospel Primer For Christians: Learning to See the Glories of God’s Love.’ In his book, Vincent comments on First Corinthians 15:1, “To the Corinthians Christians who had already believed and been saved by the gospel, Paul says, ‘I make known to you the gospel, which you have believed ….’ He then restates the historical facts of the gospel before showing them how those gospel facts apply to their beliefs about the afterlife. This is actually Paul’s approach to various other issues throughout the book of I Corinthians.” In all of his writings, Paul likes to expand on the truths of the gospel in order to help Christians to see a glimpse of the depth, the height, the length, the breadth, and the fullness of the gospel (Ephesians 3:18-19Ephesians 3:18-19
English: Contemporary English Version (1999) - CEV
18 . I pray that you and all of God's people will understand what is called wide or long or high or deep. h what is called wide or long or high or deep: This may refer to the heavenly Jerusalem or to God's love or wisdom or to the meaning of the cross. 19 I want you to know all about Christ's love, although it is too wonderful to be measured. Then your lives will be filled with all that God is.