“Him that is weake in the faith receiue you, but not to doubtfull disputations.”
1611 King James Version (KJV)
14:1 Him that is weak - Through needless scruples. Receive - With all love and courtesy into Christian fellowship. But not to doubtful disputations - About questionable points.
Ro 14:1 Differences of Opinion SUMMARY OF ROMANS 14: Differences Concerning Food and Holy Days. We May Not Condemn One Another for Things Indifferent. Let Us Not Judge One Another. Let Us Be Charitable to Each Other. The Kingdom Higher Than Meats, Drinks, or Days. Do Nothing Doubtful in Your Mind. Him that is weak in the faith. Not firmly established; not "rooted and grounded in the faith" (Col 2:7); not fully instructed in Christian knowledge. Receive ye, etc. Take him into your fellowship, but not to discuss and pass judgments on any doubts he may entertain. Conybeare and Howson write: ``Literally, not acting so as to make distinctions about disputatious reasonings". The idea is that disputes over doubtful questions must not be in the way of Christian fellowship.''