1 Cor 15:33

15:33 Bad company ruins good morals. Derived from a comedy written by the popular Greek author Menander (342–292 b.c.), this proverb was common in the ancient world (note the comparable Jewish saying in 5:6). Those Christians in Corinth with a defective view of the Resurrection not only had been influenced by the bad company they kept, but in their turn they were corrupting others in the congregation.