2 Corinthians 6:14 is the well known "unequally yoked" passage. While the common interpretation is that it is about marriage, the heading translators added in NIV is "Warning against Idolatry", and there was nothing about marriage.
  1. Was it ever discussed what sort of event or situation that Corinthian church was in that inspired Paul to write such a passage?
  2. What other interpretations exist of the "unequally yoked" passage that Bible scholars have proposed?
  3. How did the idea that this verse refers to marriage come from, given that marriage was not mentioned in 2 Corinthians chapter 5, 6 or 7?  click this for more