If that may be the full case, perhaps it might be more fruitful so that you can consider the rest of my remark, re: Paul’s page towards the Colossians.
Or if you’d instead stay with 1 Cor. 6, then we’re able to always dig deeper into the part that is next where Paul switches into great information on how intercourse, union, and identification work: “13 The body is certainly not designed for intimate immorality, but also for the father, therefore the Lord for the human anatomy. 14 By their energy God raised the father through the dead, in which he will raise us also. 15 would you perhaps maybe maybe not realize that your systems are people in Christ himself? Shall then i use the known people in Christ and unite these with a prostitute?