Sound (ugih, Attic usually ugia in accusative singular), elsewhere in Pastorals participle ugianwn (verse Philippians 1 ). That cannot be condemned (akatagnwston). Only N.T. example (verbal, a privative and katagnwsto) and in IV Macc. 4:47. Deissmann (Bible Studies, p. 200) quotes it from an inscription and the adverb from a papyrus. He that is of the contrary part (o ex enantia). "The one on the opposite side" (your opponent). Cf. verse Philippians 9 ; 1 Timothy 5:14 . May be ashamed (ina entraph). Final clause with ina and second aorist passive subjunctive of entrepw, to turn, in middle and passive to turn one on himself and so be ashamed (to blush) as in 2 Thessalonians 3:14 ; 1 Corinthians 4:14 . This sense in the papyri. Evil (paulon). Old word, easy (easy morals), worthless; bad, as in 2 Corinthians 5:10 .