Aïguttara Nikàya
1. Ekakanipàta

XII. Anàpattivagga
Not ecclesiastical offences

150. Bhikkhus, the bhikkhus who explain the non ecclesciastical offences as ecclesciastical offences, do it for the unpleasantness, detriment and bad luck of gods and men. They accrue much demerit and exterminate the good teaching. This is the first.

151. Bhikkhus, the bhikkhus who explain the ecclesciastical offences as non ecclesciastical offences, do it for the unpleasantness, detriment and bad luck of gods and men. They accrue much demerit and exterminate the good teaching. This is the second.

152. Bhikkhus, the bhikkhus who explain the trifling offences as grave offences, do it for the unpleasantness, detriment and bad luck of gods and men. They accrue much demerit and exterminate the good teaching. This is the third.

153. Bhikkhus, the bhikkhus who explain the grave offences as trifling offences, do it for the unpleasantness, detriment and bad luck of gods and men. They accrue much demerit and exterminate the good teaching. This is the fourth.

154. Bhikkhus, the bhikkhus who explain the wicked offences as not wicked offences, do it for the unpleasantness, detriment and bad luck of gods and men. They accrue much demerit and exterminate the good teaching. This is the fifth.

155. Bhikkhus, the bhikkhus who explain the not wicked offences as wicked offences, do it for the unpleasantness, detriment and bad luck of gods and men. They accrue much demerit and exterminate the good teaching. This is the sixth.

156. Bhikkhus, the bhikkhus who explain the offences with a remainder as offences without a remainder, do it for the unpleasantness, detriment and bad luck of gods and men. They accrue much demerit and exterminate the good teaching. This is the seventh.

157. Bhikkhus, the bhikkhus who explain the offences without a remainder as offences with a remainder, do it for the unpleasantness, detriment and bad luck of gods and men. They accrue much demerit and exterminate the good teaching. This is the eighth.

158. Bhikkhus, the bhikkhus who explain the offences with atonement as offences without atonement, do it for the unpleasantness, detriment and bad luck of gods and men. They accrue much demerit and exterminate the good teaching. This is the nineth.

159. Bhikkhus, the bhikkhus who explain the offences without atonement as offences with atonement, do it for the unpleasantness, detriment and bad luck of gods and men. They accrue much demerit and exterminate the good teaching. This is the tenth.

160. Bhikkhus, the bhikkhus who explain the ecclesciastical offences as ecclesciastical offences, do it for the pleasantness, welfare and good luck of gods and men. They accrue much merit and stabilize the good teaching. This is the eleventh.

. 161Bhikkhus, the bhikkhus who explain the non ecclesciastical offences as non ecclesciastical offences, do it for the pleasantness, welfare and good luck of gods and men. They accrue much merit and stabilize the good teaching. This is the twelfth.

162. Bhikkhus, the bhikkhus who explain the trifling offences as trifling offences, do it for the pleasantness, welfare and good luck of gods and men. They accrue much merit and stabilize the good teaching. This is the thirteenth.

. 163. Bhikkhus, the bhikkhus who explain the grave offences as grave offences, do it for the pleasantness, welfare and good luck of gods and men. They accrue much merit and stabilize the good teaching. This is the fourteenth.

164. Bhikkhus, the bhikkhus who explain the wicked offences as wicked offences, do it for the pleasantness, welfare and good luck of gods and men. They accrue much merit and stabilize the good teaching. This is the fifteenth.

165. Bhikkhus, the bhikkhus who explain the not wicked offences as not wicked offences, do it for the pleasantness, welfare and good luck of gods and men. They accrue much merit and stabilize the good teaching. This is the sixteenth.

166. Bhikkhus, the bhikkhus who explain the offences with a remainder as offences with a remainder, do it for the pleasantness, welfare and good luck of gods and men. They accrue much merit and stabilize the good teaching. This is the seventeenth.

167. Bhikkhus, the bhikkhus who explain the offences without a remainder as offences without a remainder, do it for the pleasantness, welfare and good luck of gods and men. They accrue much merit and stabilize the good teaching. This is the eighteenth.

168. Bhikkhus, the bhikkhus who explain the offences with atonement as offences with atonement, do it for the pleasantness, welfare and good luck of gods and men. They accrue much merit and stabilize the good teaching. This is the nineteenth.

169. Bhikkhus, the bhikkhus who explain the offences without atonement as offences without, do it for the pleasantness, welfare and good luck of gods and men. They accrue much merit and stabilize the good teaching. This is the twentieth.