The Corinthian epistles give us a picture of a “mega” revival of a church in Corinth that had grown to about sixty or seventy thousand converts in four years and the problems associated with it. Rev. Caram shows how the Corinthian revival is a figure of the revival that is coming in the last days, as a net that is cast into the sea, wherein will be gathered all kinds, and the great need for spiritual mothers and fathers who are prepared to lead the church on to maturity.
Rev. Daniel Caram is a part of the faculty of Zion Ministerial Institute in Waverly, New York. He has also traveled to numerous countries, teaching in Bible schools and seminars and has also authored seven other books, some of which are used in the curriculum of Zion Christian University.
Rev. Caram and his wife Jane reside in Erie, Pennsylvania where they have pastored the Church of Mt Zion for over thirty years. Rev. Caram earned his Bachelor in Theology from Vision Christian Bible School and Seminary and his Master of Theological Studies from Zion Christian University.