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Jacob is correct that the audience is somewhat of a mystery (though we do know quite a bit about them), but incorrect that this leaves us unable to answer your question. The New Covenant believers addressed in Hebrews met in homes (as did every other New Covenant congregation prior to the 3rd century). They met over a meal, sometimes called the "love ...


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The writer of Hebrews has this to say concerning Melchisedec, “Of whom we have many things to say and hard to be uttered, seeing ye are dull of hearing” (Hebrews 5:11-King James Version, 1769). The entire Melchizedek (or Melchisedec if you like) account is totally inerrant. He appears on the scene suddenly (Genesis 14:18-20) and disappears without a trace ...


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Im going to go out on a limb and say no we don't know where the Christians in Hebrews 10:25 had their assemblies. There appears to be no internal or external evidence to suggest this passage implies a particular type or size of meeting. The reason for this answer is that reputable commentaries aren't even on agreement on the matter of who Hebrews was ...


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I find it interesting to see how many times questions are asked here that impute bias and ill motives to the translators of the NWT. Of course, it is even more interesting to see how often people offering an answer are willing to jump aboard and do the same, since, presumably, those offering answers would be persons more disposed to objective analysis. To ...



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