I have been studying the meaning of "unequally yoked" in 2 Cor 6:14 and would appreciate some input. Most use this verse for not marrying or going into a permanent business commitment with an unbeliever. I wonder if the standard is even higher. If you look at the literal meaning of "unbeliever," it means "against faith" or "faithless." It is the same word Jesus uses to rebuke His disciples in Matt 17:16-17, Mark 9:19, and Luke 9:37-41 as being "faithless" after their conversion in John 2:11-22. If that is the case, then the verse commands not to be unequally yoked to the "faithless" which also includes Christians that are "faithless." So that the bright-line that Paul is exhorting in the summary verse 2 Cor 7:1 is: Does any yoking I commit to promote holiness ? If not, then do not do it. Thoughts?