In this short article, I attempt a structural analysis of 2 Cor. 6:11-7:4a. This passage includes the famous verse about not being yoked together with unbelievers. Although this verse is widely understood to be about marriage, the context suggests that Paul’s primary concern in this verse and the surrounding verses is with the Corinthians’ involvement in pagan idolatrous/immoral religious practices, and their involvement more generally in the immorality of Corinth.
Passages expressing Paul’s concern for the Corinthians frame his carefully structured appeal for the Corinthians to pursue holiness and righteousness.
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