This interpretation is entirely in keeping with first century Jewish norms.
These parties—really any event with alcohol—are off limits until the Greek system comes up with a new strategy to thrwart sexual assault.
Their judgment was published in full, earlier this week, by blogger Obscenity Lawyer, a solicitor and one of the UK's leading legal experts providing advice to defendants on matters of obscenity and extreme porn.
The judgment states (par 21): There could be no sensible reason for the legislature having excluded otherwise obscene material from the scope of the legislation, merely because it was likely to be read by, and therefore liable to deprave and corrupt, only one person...
Is "σαρκὸς ἑτέρας" ever idiomatic in Literary or Biblical Greek? Greek-English lexicon of the New Testament: based on semantic domains (electronic ed. The word 'strange' as used in some versions (KJV, NKJV, NASB etc) may, potentially create a different meaning in the mind of modern English readers to that intended by the Greek adjective ἑτέρας.
Jude 6, NASB: Jude 6-7, NASB: Jude says the angels of v.6 and men of Sodom in v.7 indulged "in the same way", so may I suggest adding v.6 to your quote? The Greek term basically means 'other' or 'different' however Robertson notes that: The sense of “different” grows naturally out of the notion of duality. The word itself does not mean “different,” but merely “one other,” a second of two.