Hebrews 6:6. who is truly and properly God, begotten of the Father, and of the same nature with him, in whom he greatly delights; this is Christ's highest name and title; and it was for asserting himself to be the Son of God that he was crucified; and his being so puts an infinite virtue in his sufferings and death; and it heightens the sin of the Jews, and of these apostates, in crucifying him.Are there Bible contradiction in Hebrews 6?
In Hebrews 6 God is taking an oath in the right way, not on the basis of a system designed to promoted lies and dishonesty. A little more information about the historical background of the passages shows that there is no contradiction between them.What is the point of Hebrews 6?
Hebrews chapter 6. Book Summary. The book of Hebrews is meant to challenge, encourage, and empower Christian believers. According to this letter, Jesus Christ is superior to all other prophets and all other claims to truth. Since God has given us Christ, we ought to listen to what He says and not move backwards.What is the meaning of Hebrews 6?
Hebrews 6 is a warning to examine your life. If you are not bearing fruit, you are not a believer. So, what is the purpose of warning someone they may not be a believer if belief is a predestined thing? This is an obvious question but it touches on the very nature of time, and how an eternal God interacts with it.