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- proper n. The second epistle of Peter, the twenty-second book of the New Testament of the Bible.
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AND IT HAD BEEN BETTER FOR THEM NOT TO HAVE KNOWN THE WILL OF GOD, THAN AFTER THEY HAD KNOWN IT, TO TURN FROM THE HOLY COMMANDMENT DELIVERED UNTO THEM, 2 Peter ii.
Elsewhere in the New Testament Hades is used of a place of torment, (Matthew 11: 23; Luke 16: 23; 2 Peter 2: 4) etc.
As for Jud. 17 and 2 Peter iii. 2 (mnēsthēnai tōn proeirēmenōn rhēmatōn hupo tōn hagiōn prophētōn kai tēs tōn apostolōn humōn entolēs tou kuriou kai sōtēros), in the first passage it is certain, and in the second very likely, that only the twelve disciples are to be understood.
Last were references to Jude 7 and 2 Peter 2:6, both of which again referred to the destruction of Sodom.
Dispersion, tells of this future time in 2 Peter ii., and in verse 15 he speaks specially of their "following in the way of Balaam the son of Bosor."