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Out of the question: Menander’s Thais

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Corinthians 15.33: “Bad company ruins good morals.” Several commentaries give the same source: e.g., the IVP’s New Bible Commentary states that this is “from Menander’s Thais”. My copy of Menander’s Plays and Fragments (Oxford World Classics) includes all known works by Menander, and there is no play named Thais; nor is the quotation included in unnamed fragments. I am hoping to look at the original context. Can light ...

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