1Co 6:13. Τὰ βρώματα, meats) viz. ἐστὶ. The conclusion drawn from the lawfulness of meats to that of lust has no weight.-καὶ ταὑτην καὶ ταῦτα, both it and them) Demonstrative, twice used concerning the present time; the it precedes, inasmuch as food is for [on account of] the belly.-καταργήσει) shall destroy; and that too, not merely in the same way as the body is destroyed at death; from the antithesis of the belly and the body, it may be inferred, that there will be a difference of sexes even in the state similar to that of the angels. Those things which shall be destroyed, considered in themselves, have their use unrestricted [free], Col 2:20, etc., Mar 7:18, [whatsoever thing from without entereth a man] cannot [defile him]. Now [δἐ, whereas] is here and in the following verse elegantly put instead of for; for a severer denunciation [“God shall destroy both it,” etc.] is subjoined to the concession [“meats for the belly,” etc.]; a joyful declaration [God will raise up us also, etc.], to the prohibition [the body is not for fornication]. He will raise up, directly corresponds from the antithetic side to, He will destroy.-τὸ δὲ σῶμα, now [but] the body) The body here is not opposed to the belly [alvo], but to meats.-ΠΟΡΝΕΊᾼ, for fornication) an abstract noun.-τῷ Κυρίῳ, for the Lord) Christ. The body is His due, for He Himself assumed the body, and hath thereby sanctified us; and we are joined to Him by the resurrection of the body.-τῷ σώματι, for the body) How great honour!
 The destruction of meats and the belly will be a permanent destruction.-ED.
 For though the belly is to be for ever destroyed, not so the body.-ED.
 The Germ. Vers., however, thinks that the body is opposed to the belly [ventri], and it has on the margin these words: The body is much more noble than the belly.-E. B.