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International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia

Principles:

prin'-si-p'-lz: Found twice (Heb 5:12; 6:1). The Greek word (stoicheion) is also translated in the King James Version as "elements" and "rudiments." As rendered in He, its meaning is clearly related to the elementary knowledge of Christian truth or doctrine.

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Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
1 Strong's Number: g746 Greek: arche

Principles:

"beginning," is used in Hbr 6:1, in its relative significance, of the beginning of the thing spoken of; here "the first principles of Christ," lit., "the account (or word) of the beginning of Christ," denotes the teaching relating to the elementary facts concerning Christ.
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2 Strong's Number: g4747 Greek: stoicheion

Principles:

is translated "principles" in Hbr 5:12.
See ELEMENTS.

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