Things seem to have worsened in the aftermath of the visit, leading Paul to write the "severe letter", which we will call "Corinthians C. He hurried to meet Titus, who was returning with a response 2 Cor, Paul was encouraged by the news from Titus, and wrote "Corinthians D", the letter of 2 Corinthians.
Some scholars believe the other letters of Paul may have been added into our canonical 2 Corinthians. For example the "severe letter" may have been added, now forming 2 Corand a portion from Corinthians A may have been tucked into 2 Cor The time frame for both letters then is quite narrow, with 1 Corinthians being written just before Passover in 55 A.
By comparing Acts of the Apostles –17 and mentions of Ephesus in the. The Book of 1 Corinthians is one of 13 or 14 letters that Paul wrote. Paul gives his own name as the author in 1 Corinthians In 1 Corinthians, Paul says that he wrote the letter in Ephesus. In 1 Corinthians, Paul quotes a pre-existing creedal statement. The strong majority of historians acknowledge that the creed dates back to AD 1 A.