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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - 1 Corinthians 5:10


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    King James Bible - 1 Corinthians 5:10

    Yet not altogether with the fornicators of this world, or with the covetous, or extortioners, or with idolaters; for then must ye needs go out of the world.

    World English Bible

    yet not at all meaning with the
    sexual sinners of this world, or with the covetous and extortioners, or with idolaters; for then you would have to leave the world.

    Douay-Rheims - 1 Corinthians 5:10

    I mean not with the fornicators of this world, or with the covetous, or the extortioners, or the
    servers of idols; otherwise you must needs go out of this world.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    Yet not altogether with lewd persons of this world, or with the covetous, or extortioners, or with idolaters: for then ye must needs go out of the world.

    Greek Textus Receptus


    και
    2532 CONJ ου 3756 PRT-N παντως 3843 ADV τοις 3588 T-DPM πορνοις 4205 N-DPM του 3588 T-GSM κοσμου 2889 N-GSM τουτου 5127 D-GSM η 2228 PRT τοις 3588 T-DPM πλεονεκταις 4123 N-DPM η 2228 PRT αρπαξιν 727 A-DPM η 2228 PRT ειδωλολατραις 1496 N-DPM επει 1893 CONJ οφειλετε 3784 5719 V-PAI-2P αρα 686 PRT εκ 1537 PREP του 3588 T-GSM κοσμου 2889 N-GSM εξελθειν 1831 5629 V-2AAN

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    VERSE (10) -
    1Co 10:27

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 5:10

    no del todo con los fornicarios de este mundo, o con los avaros, o con los ladrones, o idlatras; pues en tal caso os sería necesario salir del mundo.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - 1 Corinthians 5:10

    Verse 10. For then must ye needs go out of the
    world.] What an awful picture of the general corruption of manners does this exhibit! The Christians at Corinth could not transact the ordinary affairs of life with any others than with fornicators, covetous persons, extortioners, railers, drunkards, and idolaters, because there were none others in the place! How necessary was Christianity in that city!

    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 10. Yet not altogether with the fornicators of this
    world , etc.] By the fornicators of this world are meant, such as were guilty of this sin, who were the men of the world, mere worldly carnal men, who were never called out of it, or ever professed to be; in distinction from those that were in the church, that had committed this iniquity; and the apostles sense is, that his former prohibition of keeping company with fornicators was not to be understood as referring to such persons as were, out of the church, as if no sort of civil conversation and commerce were to be had with men of such, and the like infamous characters; or with the covetous, or extortioners, or with idolaters: that is, of this world; for this clause is to be understood of each of these; so we read of aml[d y[xb , the covetous of the world; by the covetous are meant, either such who are given up to inordinate lusts, who work all uncleanness with greediness, and can never be satisfied with their filthy enjoyments; or such who are greedily desirous of riches and wealth, and of increasing their worldly substance by any method, right or wrong; and who not only withhold that which is meet from others, but will not allow themselves what is proper and necessary: extortioners are either ravishers, as the word may be rendered: such who by force violate the chastity of others, youths or virgins; or robbers, who, by violence and rapine, take away that which is the fight and property of others; or such who oppress the poor, detain their wages by fraud, or lessen them, and extort that by unlawful gain, which is unreasonable: idolaters are those who worship the false deities of the Heathens, or any idol, graven image, or picture of God, or men, or any creature whatsoever, or any but the one Lord God. The apostle, under these characters, comprises all manner of sin against a mans self, against his neighbour, and against God; against himself, as fornication; against his neighbour, as covetousness and extortion; and against God, as idolatry: and since the world abounded with men guilty of these several vices, all kind of civil correspondence with them could not be avoided, for then must you needs go out of the world ; meaning not out of Greece, or of any of the cities thereof, into other parts, but out of the world itself; they must even destroy themselves, or seek out for a new world: it is an hyperbolical way of speaking, showing that the thing is impracticable and impossible, since men of this sort are everywhere; and were all trade and conversation with them to be forbidden, the families of Gods people could never be supported, nor the interest of religion maintained; a stop would soon be put to worldly business, and saints would have little or nothing to do in the world; wherefore, as the Arabic version reads it, business would compel you to go out of the world.

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 9-13 -
    Christians are to avoid familiar converse with all who disgrace the Christian name. Such are only fit companions for their brethren in sin and to such company they should be left, whenever it is possible to d so. Alas, that there are many called Christians, whose conversation i more dangerous than that of heathens __________________________________________________________________


    Greek Textus Receptus


    και
    2532 CONJ ου 3756 PRT-N παντως 3843 ADV τοις 3588 T-DPM πορνοις 4205 N-DPM του 3588 T-GSM κοσμου 2889 N-GSM τουτου 5127 D-GSM η 2228 PRT τοις 3588 T-DPM πλεονεκταις 4123 N-DPM η 2228 PRT αρπαξιν 727 A-DPM η 2228 PRT ειδωλολατραις 1496 N-DPM επει 1893 CONJ οφειλετε 3784 5719 V-PAI-2P αρα 686 PRT εκ 1537 PREP του 3588 T-GSM κοσμου 2889 N-GSM εξελθειν 1831 5629 V-2AAN

    Vincent's NT Word Studies

    10.
    Idolaters (eidwlolatraiv). Only twice outside of Paul's writings: Apoc. xxi. 8; xxii. 15. This is the earliest known instance of the use of the word. For the collocation of the covetous and idolaters, compare Col. iii. 15; Eph. v. 5. New-Testament usage does not confine the term to the worship of images, but extends it to the soul's devotion to any object which usurps the place of God.

    Robertson's NT Word Studies

    5:10 {Not altogether} (ou pantws). Not absolutely, not in all circumstances.
    Paul thus puts a limitation on his prohibition and confines it to members of the church. He has no jurisdiction over the outsiders ( this world, tou kosmou toutou). {The covetous} (tois pleonektais). Old word for the over-reachers, those avaricious for more and more (pleon, ecw, to have more). In N.T. only here, #6:10; Eph 5:5. It always comes in bad company (the lascivious and the idolaters) like the modern gangsters who form a combination of liquor, lewdness, lawlessness for money and power. {Extortioners} (harpaxin). An old adjective with only one gender, rapacious (#Mt 7:15; Lu 18:11), and as a substantive robber or extortioner (here and #6:10). Bandits, hijackers, grafters they would be called today. {Idolaters} (eidwlolatrais). Late word for hirelings (latris) of the idols (eidwlon), so our very word idolater. See #6:9; 10:7; Eph 5:5; Re 21:8; 22:15. Nageli regards this word as a Christian formation. {For qen must ye needs} (epei wfeilete oun). this neat Greek idiom of epei with the imperfect indicative (wfeilete, from ofeilw, to be under obligation) is really the conclusion of a second-class condition with the condition unexpressed (Robertson, _Grammar_, p. 965). Sometimes an is used also as in #Heb 10:2, but with verbs of obligation or necessity an is usually absent as here (cf. #Heb 9:20). The unexpressed condition here would be, "if that were true" (including fornicators, the covetous, extortioners, idolaters of the outside world). Ara means in that case.


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