Disciples’ Literal New Testament
4 For it is impossible to renew[a] again to repentance the ones having once been enlightened[b] and having tasted[c] the heavenly gift, and having been made[d] partakers[e] of the Holy Spirit, 5 and having tasted the good word of God and the powers[f] of the coming age, 6 and having fallen-away— crucifying-again[g] for themselves the Son of God, and publicly-disgracing Him.Read full chapter
- Hebrews 6:4 Or, restore. In the Greek word order, ‘to renew again to repentance’ is in v 6, just before ‘crucifying-again’, placing emphasis on it.
- Hebrews 6:4 Or, illuminated, given light.
- Hebrews 6:4 That is, experienced; or, partaken of.
- Hebrews 6:4 Or, come-to-be, become, been.
- Hebrews 6:4 Or, partners, sharers.
- Hebrews 6:5 Or, miracles, as in 2:4.
- Hebrews 6:6 Or, re-crucifying. That is, since they are crucifying-again, defining the sense in which they have fallen away.