That ye abstain from meats offered to idols
Which explains what is meant by pollutions of idols, ( Acts 15:20 )
and from blood, and from things strangled, and from fornication
(See Gill on Acts 15:20)
In Beza's most ancient copy, and in three other manuscripts, and in the Complutensian edition, it follows, "and whatsoever ye would not have done to yourselves, that do ye not to another"; in like manner the Ethiopic version also reads, as in ( Acts 15:20 ) "from which if ye keep yourselves ye shall do well"; it will be doing a good thing, and make for the peace of the churches; in Beza's most ancient copy it is added, "born", or "moved by the Holy Ghost": being influenced and assisted by him in this, and every good work:
fare ye well;
the Syriac version adds, "in our Lord".