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Hebrews 5:12 At a time when you should be teaching others, you need teachers yourselves to repeat to you the ABC of God’s revelation to men. You have become people who need a milk diet and cannot face solid food! 13 For anyone who continues to live on “milk” is unable to digest what is right—he simply has not grown up. 14 “Solid food” is only for the adult, that is, for the man who has developed by experience his power to discriminate between what is good and what is evil. Hebrews 6:1 Let us leave behind the elementary teaching about Christ and go forward to adult understanding. […] (PH72, highlighting added)
So, question number 15 is, exactly what do those in bold style highlighted words mean and refer to?
Answers to the questions above. → nsa040b.htm
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Recommended reading here at the Bible Pages
An explanation of the short names for the bible-translations that are quoted or mentioned at this site. → nsa090.htm
Easy keys to deeper understanding of the Scriptures. → nga020.htm
How to study the Bible in a deeper way. → nsa010.htm
Some notes on computer bibles, bible study software. → nsa020.htm
What does the word “doctrine” really mean? Likewise, what is the meaning of the terms “dogma”, “creed” and “tenet”? → ensa080.htm
What does salt symbolise, in the Bible? → noa140.htm
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