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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Titus 1:14


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    King James Bible - Titus 1:14

    Not giving heed to Jewish fables, and commandments of men, that turn from the truth.

    World English Bible

    not paying attention to
    Jewish fables and commandments of men who turn away from the truth.

    Douay-Rheims - Titus 1:14

    Not giving heed to
    Jewish fables and commandments of men, who turn themselves away from the truth.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    Not giving heed to
    Jewish fables, and commandments of men that turn from the truth.

    Greek Textus Receptus


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    VERSE (14) -
    1Ti 1:4-7 2Ti 4:4

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 1:14

    no atendiendo a fbulas judaicas, y a mandamientos de hombres que se apartan de la verdad.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Titus 1:14

    Verse 14. Not giving heed to
    Jewish fables] See on 1 Timothy i. 4; iv. 7.

    Commandments of men] The injunctions of the scribes and Pharisees, which they added to the law of God.

    That turn from the truth.] For such persons made the word of God of none effect by their traditions. Sometimes the verb apostrefomai signifies to be averse from, slight, or despise. So, here, the persons in question despised the truth, and taught others to do the same.


    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 14. Not giving heed to Jewish fables , etc.] Concerning God himself, the angels, and the creation of man; concerning the giving of the law at Mount Sinai; concerning the Messiah and his earthly kingdom, and the feast that will be made for the righteous in his days, which will consist of flesh, fish, and fowl, Behemoth, Leviathan, and Zuz, and of wine kept in the grape from the foundation of the world; and concerning the rolling of the dead through the caverns of the earth at the resurrection, with a multitude of other things which were traditionally received. And commandments of men : the traditions of the elders, which the Jews charged the disciples of Christ with the transgression of; and he, on the other hand, very justly reproached them with breaking the commands of God, by attending to them, ( Matthew 15:1-39). These were the laws and traditions of the fathers, which the Apostle Paul was brought up in, and was zealous of, before his conversion, ( Acts 22:3 Galatians 1:14) and which these judaizing preachers and professors, he here has respect to, were fond of, though they were made by men, that turn from the truth ; or hate it, as the Syriac version renders it; who were enemies unto it, as Hillell and Shammai, the heads of the traditional doctors, and as the Jews, and their Rabbins in general were; and therefore their commandments, of all men, should not be given heed to, by those that bear the Christian name.

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 10-16 - False
    teachers are described. Faithful ministers must oppose such in good time, that their folly being made manifest, they may go no furthe They had a base end in what they did; serving a worldly interest unde pretence of religion: for the love of money is the root of all evil Such should be resisted, and put to shame, by sound doctrine from the Scriptures. Shameful actions, the reproach of heathens, should be fa from Christians; falsehood and lying, envious craft and cruelty, bruta and sensual practices, and idleness and sloth, are sins condemned eve by the light of nature. But Christian meekness is as far from cowardl passing over sin and error, as from anger and impatience. And thoug there may be national differences of character, yet the heart of man in every age and place is deceitful and desperately wicked. But the sharpest reproofs must aim at the good of the reproved; and soundnes in the faith is most desirable and necessary. To those who are defile and unbelieving, nothing is pure; they abuse, and turn things lawfu and good into sin. Many profess to know God, yet in their lives den and reject him. See the miserable state of hypocrites, such as have form of godliness, but are without the power; yet let us not be s ready to fix this charge on others, as careful that it does not appl to ourselves __________________________________________________________________


    Greek Textus Receptus


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    Vincent's NT Word Studies

    14. Not giving heed (mh prosecontev). Reprove sharply, that they may be
    sound in the faith, and may show their soundness by not giving heed, etc. See on 1 Tim. i. 4.

    To Jewish fables (Ioudaikoiv muqoiv). See on 1 Tim. i. 4. Note Jewish. The nature of these we do not know.

    Commandments of men (entolaiv anqrwpwn). See on 1 Timothy vi. 14. Comp. Col. ii. 22. Prescriptions concerning abstinence from meats, marriage, etc. The men are probably those of the circumcision, verse 10. What they teach theoretically, by means of the myths, they bring to bear practically, by means of their precepts.

    That turn from the truth (apostrefomenwn thn alhqeian). Comp. 2 Timothy iv. 4, where the truth and fables appear in contrast.


    Robertson's NT Word Studies

    1:14 See #1Ti 1:4 for prosecw and muthois, only here we have _Jewish_ (Ioudaikois) added. Perhaps a reference to the oral traditions condemned by Christ in #Mr 7:2-8. See also #Col 2:22, apparently Pharisaic type of Gnostics. {Who turn away from the truth} (apostrefomenwn). Present middle (direct) participle of apostrefw, "men turning themselves away from the truth" (accusative according to regular idiom). "The truth" (#1Ti 4:3) is the gospel (#Eph 4:21).


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