2 Cor 11:4

11:4 another Jesus . . . different spirit . . . different gospel. The strongholds, arguments, and pretensions (10:4, 5) of Paul’s opponents so distort the truth that their so-called “Jesus,” “spirit,” and “gospel” differ radically from what Paul has preached (1 Cor. 1:18–2:16; cf. Gal. 1:6–9). The “different gospel” of the opponents conforms to worldly ways of thinking so much that Paul and his apostolic ministry—a ministry manifesting the death of Jesus through adversity and suffering (4:7–18; 6:4–10; cf. 1 Cor. 4:8–13)—is despised and rejected in favor of ministries which satisfy the current taste for eloquence, philosophical wisdom, and spectacular displays of spiritual power (cf. 1 Cor. 1:22–25).