6 Wisdom but we speak among the perfect ones. Wisdom but not of the age this, nor of the rulers of the age this, of those coming to an end; 7 but we speak of God wisdom in a mystery, that having been hidden, which previously marked out the God before the ages, for glory of us; 8 which no one of the rulers of the age this has known; (if for they knew, not would the Lord of the glory they crucified;) 9 but, even as it has been written: What things eye now saw, and ear not heard, and to heart of man not ascended, what prepared the God for those loving him. 10 To us but revealed the God through the spirit of himself; the for spirit all things searches, even the depths of the God.
Bible verses about "philosophy" | Diaglott
21 When for in the wisdom of the God not knew the world through the wisdom the God, was pleased the God, through the foolishness of the proclamation to save those believing.
18 Some but of the Epicureans and of the Stoics philosophers encountered him; and some said: What may intend the seed-picker this to say? They said: Of strange demons he seems a proclaimer to be; because the Jesus and the resurrection to them he announced glad tidings.
16 Not therefore any one you let judge in food or in drink, or in respect of a feast, or of a new moon, or of sabbaths; 17 which are a shadow of the things about coming, the but body of Anointed. 18 No one you let deprive of the prize, wishing by humility of mind and a religious worship of the messengers, what things not he has seen prying into, without cause being puffed up by the mind of the flesh of himself, 19 and not holding firmly the head, from whom all the body, by means of the joints and ligaments being served and being compacted, grows the growth of the God.
1 And I having come to you, brethren, came not according to excellence of speech or of wisdom, declaring to you the testimony of the God. 2 Not for I determined any thing to make known among you, if not Jesus Anointed, and this having been crucified. 3 And I in weakness, and in fear and in trembling much was with you; 4 and the speech of me and the preaching of me not in persuasive wisdom of words, but in a display of spirit and of power; 5 so that the faith of you not may be in wisdom of men, but in power of God.
20 O Timothy, the trust guard thou, avoiding the profane empty sounds and oppositions of the falsely-named knowledge; which some having professed, concerning the faith missed the mark. The favor with thee.
13 which things also we speak, not by teachings of human wisdom in words, but by teachings of spirit, to spiritual ones spiritual things explaining.
8 See you, not any one you shall be the making a prey by means of the philosophy and empty deceit, according to the tradition of the men, according to the elements of the world, and not according to Anointed.