1 Corinthians 6
Greek Testament Critical Exegetical Commentary - Alford
Dare any of you, having a matter against another, go to law before the unjust, and not before the saints?
'Chap. 6:1–11.] Prohibition to settle their differ ces in the legal courts of the heathen: rather should these be adjudged among themselves (1–6): but far better not to quarrel—rather to suffer wrong, waiting for justice to be done at the coming of the Lord, when all who do wrong shall be excluded form his kingdom (6–11).

1.] On τολμᾷ, Dares …, Bengel remarks, “Grandi verbo notatur læsa majestas Christianorum.”

τις, no particular individual, but any one: for he proceeds in the plur., vv. 4, 7.

πρᾶγμα] So ref. and Demosth. κατὰ Στεφ. α. p. 1120, τῷ μὲν υἱεῖ τῷ τούτου πολλῶν πραγμάτων ὄντων οὐ παρέστη πώποτε οὐδʼ ἐβοήθησεν

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