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1 Corinthians 5:11

Context
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But now I am writing to you not to associate with anyone who calls himself a Christian 1  who is sexually immoral, or greedy, or an idolater, or verbally abusive, 2  or a drunkard, or a swindler. Do not even eat with such a person.

XREF

Ps 10:3; Ps 50:16-21; Ps 101:5; Eze 22:12; Mt 18:17; Mt 23:25; Mt 24:49-51; Mr 7:21-23; Lu 12:15-31; Lu 12:45,46; Lu 18:11; Lu 21:34; Ac 9:17; Ro 13:13; Ro 16:17; 1Co 5:1-9,10; 1Co 5:13; 1Co 6:6; 1Co 6:10; 1Co 7:12,15; 1Co 8:11; 1Co 10:7,8,14,18-22; 1Co 11:21; 2Co 12:20,21; Ga 2:12; Ga 5:19-21; Eph 5:5; Eph 5:18; Col 3:5; 1Th 4:3-8; 1Th 5:7,8; 2Th 3:6,14; 1Ti 3:3; 1Ti 6:5; 1Ti 6:9,10; 2Pe 2:14,15; 2Jo 1:10; Re 2:14; Re 2:20; Re 21:8; Re 22:15

NET © Notes

tn Grk “a brother,” but the Greek word “brother” may be used for “brother or sister,” “fellow Christian,” or “fellow member of the church.” Here the term “brother” broadly connotes familial relationships within the family of God (cf. BDAG 18 s.v. ἀδελφός 2.a).

tn Or “a reviler”; BDAG 602 s.v. λοίδορος defines the term as “reviler, abusive person.”



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