For abusers of themselves with men (arsenokoitai). Late compound for sodomites. In N.T. only here and 1 Corinthians 6:9 . Men-stealers (andrapodistai). Old word from andrapodizw (from anhr, man, pou, foot, to catch by the foot), to enslave. So enslavers, whether kidnappers (men-stealers) of free men or stealers of the slaves of other men. So slave-dealers. By the use of this word Paul deals a blow at the slave-trade (cf. Philemon). Liars (pseustai). Old word, see Romans 3:4 . False swearers (epiorkoi). Old word (epi, orko, oath). Perjurers. Only here in N.T. For similar lists, see 1 Corinthians 5:11 ; 1 Corinthians 6:9 ; Galatians 5:19 ; Romans 1:28 ; Romans 13:13 ; Colossians 3:5 ; Ephesians 5:5 ; 2 Timothy 3:2 . The sound doctrine (th ugiainoush didaskaliai). Dative case after antikeitai, for which verb see Galatians 5:17 for the conflict between the Spirit and the flesh. "The healthful (ugiainw, old word for being well, as Luke 5:31 ; 3 John 1:2 , in figurative sense in N.T. only in the Pastorals) teaching." See Titus 1:9 ; 2 Timothy 4:3 .