Had the notes of time in this epistle fixed the writing of it
to any date prior to St. Paul's first residence at Corinth,
the salutation of Aquila and Priscilla would have contradicted
the history, because it would have been prior to his
acquaintance with these persons. If they had fixed it during
that residence at Corinth, during his journey to Jerusalem, or
during his progress through Asia Minor, an equal contradiction
would have been incurred because, during all that time, they
were either with St. Paul, or abiding at Ephesus. Lastly, had
they fixed this epistle to be either contemporary with the
first epistle to the Corinthians, or prior to it, a similar
contradiction would have ensued, for they were then with St.
Paul. As it is, all things are consistent.--See Dr. Paley.
Ac 18:2-17,26 1Co 16:19 2Ti 4:19
9 1Co 16:16