John Bengel Commentary - Jude 1:11 - 1:11

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John Bengel Commentary - Jude 1:11 - 1:11

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Jud 1:11. Οὐαὶ, woe!) Jude alone of the apostles, and he in this passage only, threatens a woe, from a threefold reason, which follows immediately. To the same purport, Peter calls them accursed children![4]-ΤΟῦ ΚΆΪΝ, of Cain) the murderer of his brother.-τοῦ Βαλαὰμ, of Balaam) the false prophet.-μισθοῦ) for reward.-ἐξεχύθησαν) they have been poured forth, like a torrent without a bank.-ἀντιλογίᾳ, in the gain saying) מריבה, Septuagint, ἈΝΤΙΛΟΓΊΑ.-ΤΟῦ ΚΟΡῈ, of Korah) thrusting himself into the priesthood.

[4] Accursed children-literally, sons of cursing, maledictionis filios.-T.