“I say againe, Let no man thinke mee a foole; if otherwise, yet as a foole receiue me, that I may boast my selfe a little.”
1611 King James Version (KJV)
11:16 I say again - He premises a new apology to this new commendation of himself. Let no man think me a fool - Let none think I do this without the utmost necessity. But if any do think me foolish herein, yet bear with my folly.
2Co 11:16 Let no man think me a fool. Even though he should boast, let no one regard him foolish, since he compelled to by the disparagement of his labors. Whether he be regarded as foolish or wise, let his words be received. See 2Co 11:1.