1 Corintios 5:1

Tertullian Against Marcion Book V the man was an offender" who had his father's wife."[290] Tertullian On Modesty Thus He has not prohibited judging, but taught (how to do it). Whence the apostle withal judges, and that in a case of fornication,[41] Origen Against Celsus Book VI e Egyptians als... [ Seguir leyendo ]

1 Corintios 5:3

Tertullian On Modesty (lust) which he had condemned after calling to his aid even "the Lord's power," for fear the sentence should seem human. Therefore he has trifled both with his own "spirit,"[155] Tertullian On Fasting If we also, in our diverse provinces, (but) present mutually in spirit,[96... [ Seguir leyendo ]

1 Corintios 5:4

Cyprian Epistle XI When, as soon as peace is given to us all by the Lord, we shall begin to return to the Church, then the wishes of each one shall be looked into in your presence, and with your judgment.[5] Origen Commentary on Matthew Book XIV but there were schisms among them, upon thedissolut... [ Seguir leyendo ]

1 Corintios 5:5

Shepherd of Hermas Similitude Sixth " "I would know, sir," I said, "Of what nature are these diverse tortures and punishments? "Hear," he said, "the various tortures and punishments. The tortures are such as occur during life.[9] Fragments of Clement from the Latin Translation of Cassiodorus " So P... [ Seguir leyendo ]

1 Corintios 5:6

Irenaeus Against Heresies Book IV And as then the condemnation of sinners extended to others who approved of them, and joined in their society; so also is it the case at present, that "a little leaven leaveneth the whole lump."[397] Tertullian On the Apparel of Women Book II also, to augment that... [ Seguir leyendo ]

1 Corintios 5:7

Epistle of Ignatius to the Magnesians when Paul and Peter were laying the foundations of the Church. Lay aside, therefore, the evil, the old, the corrupt leaven,[70] Clement of Alexandria Stromata Book III erede polluti, manus sibi afferentes, et homicidae propinquorum."Expurgate ergo vetus ferme... [ Seguir leyendo ]

1 Corintios 5:8

Origen Commentary on John Book X Another feature of the Jewish festival is unleavened bread; all leaven is made to disappear out of their houses; but "we keep the feast[47] Origen Commentary on Matthew Book XII " It is the mark of the clear-sighted and careful to separate the leaven of the Pharise... [ Seguir leyendo ]

1 Corintios 5:9

Tertullian On Modesty But now I write to you, if any is named a brother among you, (being) a fornicator, or an idolater" (for what so intimately joined?), "or a defrauder" (for what so near akin?), and so on, "with such to take no food even,"[220]... [ Seguir leyendo ]

1 Corintios 5:10

Tertullian On Idolatry does he mean "to idolaters an idolater? "to heathens a heathen? "to the worldly worldly? "But albeit he does not prohibit us from having our conversation with idolaters and adulterers, and the other criminals, saying, "Otherwise ye would go out from the world,"[106] Tertulli... [ Seguir leyendo ]

1 Corintios 5:11

Epistle of Ignatius to the Philadelphians a destroyer of the vineyard of Christ. Have no fellowship[17] Irenaeus Against Heresies Book IV And we have the precept: "If any man that is called a brother be a fornicator, or covetous, or an idolater, or a railer, or a drunkard, or an extortioner, with... [ Seguir leyendo ]

1 Corintios 5:12

Tertullian On Modesty chiding them likewise because "brethren" were not "judged at the bar of the saints: "[43] Tertullian On Modesty . Moreover "What have I to do to judge them who are without? "[239]... [ Seguir leyendo ]

1 Corintios 5:13

Tertullian Against Marcion Book V since both in the destruction of the flesh and in the saving of the spirit there is, on His part, judicial process; and when he bade "the wicked person be put away from the midst of them,"[295] Tertullian Against Marcion Book V and, "Thou shalt put away evil from... [ Seguir leyendo ]

1 Corintios 5:28

Origen Commentary on John Book I His taking away sin is still going on, He is taking it away from every individual in the world, till sin be taken away from the whole world, and the Saviour deliver the kingdom prepared and completed to the Father, a kingdom in which no sin is left at all, and which... [ Seguir leyendo ]

1 Corintios 5:42

Methodius From the Discourse on the Resurrection Now the corruptible and mortal putting on immortality, what else is it but that which is "sown in corruption and raised in incorruption,"[38]... [ Seguir leyendo ]

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