1 Corinthians 11:16

16 But if any man seem to be contentious, we have no such custom, neither the churches of God.

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16 But if any man seemeth to be contentious, we have no such custom, neither the churches of God.

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16 Now if anyone is disposed to be argumentative and contentious about this, we hold to and recognize no other custom [in worship] than this, nor do the churches of God generally.

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16 But if someone wants to argue about this, we don’t have such a custom, nor do God’s churches.

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16 However, if anyone wants to argue about it, the fact remains that we have no such custom, nor do the Messianic communities of God.

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16 This is how things are done in all of God’s churches, and that’s why none of you should argue about what I have said.

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16 But if any one think to be contentious, *we* have no such custom, nor the assemblies of God.

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16 But if any man seem to be contentious, we have no such custom, nor the church of God.

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16 Some people may still want to argue about this. But we and the churches of God don’t accept what those people are doing.

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16 If anyone is inclined to be contentious, we have no such practice, nor do the churches of God.

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16 If anyone is inclined to be contentious, we have no such practice, nor do the churches of God.

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16 ·Some people [L If anyone] may still want to argue about this, but I would add that neither we nor the churches of God have any other ·practice [custom].

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16 But if any man list to be contentious, we have no such custom, neither the Churches of God.

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16 If anyone wants to argue about this they can’t, because we don’t have any custom like this—nor do any of the churches of God.

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16 But if anyone wants to argue about it, all I have to say is that neither we nor the churches of God have any other custom in worship.

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16 But if anyone wants to argue about this, we have no other custom, nor do the churches of God.

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11-16 Of course, in the sight of God neither “man” nor “woman” has any separate existence. For if woman was made originally for man, no man is now born except by a woman, and both man and woman, like everything else, owe their existence to God. But use your own judgment, do you think it right and proper for a woman to pray to God bare-headed? Isn’t there a natural principle here, that makes us feel that long hair is disgraceful to a man, but of glorious beauty to a woman? We feel this because the long hair is the cover provided by nature for the woman’s head. But if anyone wants to be argumentative about it, I can only say that we and the churches of God generally hold this ruling on the matter.

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16 With all this, if anyone seems to be contentious, we have no such custom, neither the congregation of God.

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16 But if any man seem to be contentious, we have no such custom, neither the churches of God.

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16 But if any man seem to be contentious, we have no such custom, neither the churches of God.

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16 But if anyone is disposed to be contentious, we have no such custom, nor do the churches of God.

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16 But if anyone wants to argue about this, all I can say is that we never teach anything else than this—that a woman should wear a covering when prophesying or praying publicly in the church, and all the churches feel the same way about it.

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13-16 Don’t you agree there is something naturally powerful in the symbolism—a woman, her beautiful hair reminiscent of angels, praying in adoration; a man, his head bared in reverence, praying in submission? I hope you’re not going to be argumentative about this. All God’s churches see it this way; I don’t want you standing out as an exception.

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16 If ei · de anyone tis is inclined dokeō to be eimi quarrelsome philoneikos, we hēmeis have echō no ou such toioutos practice synētheia, nor oude do the ho churches ekklēsia of ho God theos.

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16 If anyone wants to argue about this they can’t, because we don’t have any custom like this—nor do any of the churches of God.

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16 But if one is inclined to be contentious, we have no other practice, nor have the churches of God.

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16 Some people may still want to argue about this, but I would add that neither we nor the churches of God have any other practice.

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16 If anyone intends to quarrel about this, we have no other practice, nor do the churches of God.

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16 If anyone wants to argue about that, we don’t have any other practice. And God’s churches don’t either.

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16 If anyone wants to be contentious about this, we have no other practice—nor do the churches of God.

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16 If anyone wants to be contentious about this, we have no other practice – nor do the churches of God.

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16 But if anyone seems to be contentious, we have no such custom, nor do the churches of God.

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16 If anyone wants to argue about this, my answer is that this is what we teach, and all the churches agree with me.

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16 But if anyone wants to argue about this, I simply say that we have no other custom than this, and neither do God’s other churches.

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16 But if anyone is disposed to be contentious—we have no such custom, nor do the churches of God.

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16 But if anyone is disposed to be contentious—we have no such custom, nor do the churches of God.

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16 But if anyone is disposed to be contentious—we have no such custom, nor do the churches of God.

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16 But if anyone is disposed to be contentious—we have no such custom, nor do the churches of God.

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16 But if anyone presumes in his thinking to be contentious, we have no such minhag, nor do the kehillot of Hashem [throughout the world].

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16 If any one is disposed to be contentious, we recognize no other practice, nor do the churches of God.

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16 If any one is disposed to be contentious, we recognize no other practice, nor do the churches of God.

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16 If you feel like debating more on this, just know that we, along with all other churches of God, have adopted the same custom.

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16 But if any man seems to be contentious, we have no such custom, neither do God’s assemblies.

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16 Does anyone still want to quarrel about this matter? This is what we do. And this is what the churches of God do also.

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16 But if any man is seen to be full of strife, we have none such custom, neither the church of God.

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16 and if any one doth think to be contentious, we have no such custom, neither the assemblies of God.

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