2. Idols Being Nothing
4 Therefore concerning the eating of things asacrificed to idols, we 1know that an bidol is cnothing in the world and that there is no God but done.
5 For even if there are so-called agods, either in heaven or on earth, even as there are many gods and many lords,
6 Yet to 1us there is 2aone God, the 3bFather, 4out from whom are call things, and we are 4unto Him; and 5done Lord, 6Jesus Christ, 4ethrough whom are all things, and we are 4through Him.
7 But athis knowledge is not in all men; but some, being accustomed to the idol until now, beat the food as an cidol sacrifice, and their 1dconscience, being weak, is 2defiled.