Are crept in (pareiseduhsan). Second aorist passive indicative of pareisduw (-nw), late (Hippocrates, Plutarch, etc.) compound of para (beside) and ei (in) and duw to sink or plunge, so to slip in secretly as if by a side door, here only in N.T. Set forth (progegrammenoi). Perfect passive participle of prograpw, to write of beforehand, for which verb see Galatians 3:1 ; Romans 15:4 . Unto this condemnation (ei touto to krima). See 2 Peter 2:3 for krima and ekpalai. Palai here apparently alludes to verses Jude 1415 (Enoch). Ungodly men (asebei). Keynote of the Epistle (Mayor), in Jude 15 again as in 2 Peter 2:5 ; 2 Peter 3:7 . Turning (metatiqente). Present active participle of metatiqhmi, to change, for which verb see Galatians 1:6 . For the change of "grace" (carita) into "lasciviousness (ei aselgeian) see 1 Peter 2:16 ; 1 Peter 4:3 ; 2 Peter 2:19 ; 2 Peter 3:16 . Our only Master and Lord (ton monon despothn kai kurion hmwn). For the force of the one article for one person see on "2Pe 1:1". For despothn of Christ see 2 Peter 2:1 . Denying (arnoumenoi). So 2 Peter 2:1 . See also Matthew 10:33 ; 1 Timothy 5:8 ; Titus 1:16 ; 1 John 2:22 .