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Table Of Contents

AN INTRODUCTION OUTLINE
AN OUTLINE OF HEBREWS 5:11-6:20
AN OUTLINE OF HEBREWS 12:3-13
THE WORD FROM ETERNITY
THE CHRISTIAN GROWTH
A RESEARCH ON THE PRIESTHOOD OF JESUS CHRIST
THE PROMISED REST (HEBREWS CHAPTER 4)
THE VEIL OF THE TEMPLE
THE DEITY OF JESUS CHRIST
JESUS – BETTER THAN THE ANGELS AND MOSES
GOD’S DISCIPLINE
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
A GLOSSARY ANALYSIS OF HEBREWS
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
Endnotes
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An Analysis of the Book of Hebrews

An Analysis of the Book of Hebrews

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After the superiority of the new covenant has thus been established, the writer dwells on the obligations which it lays on those who have received it. If God’s servants in ancient days lived by faith, a far stronger and more living faith is now required of Christians (11). If the Law imposed a solemn responsibility, this is true in a far higher degree of those who profess the religion of Christ (12). With a few practical admonitions, the Epistle closes (13).
In writing to Hebrew Christians it is natural that the author of Hebrews would form a common ground by declaring the fact of divine revelation and by recognizing Judaism as the fruit of such. Furthermore, it is to be expected that, in keeping with his thesis, he would point beyond that which was good to something which is better. If Judaism was the result of a good revelation, Christianity is the fruit of a better one.
After the superiority of the new covenant has thus been established, the writer dwells on the obligations which it lays on those who have received it. If God’s servants in ancient days lived by faith, a far stronger and more living faith is now required of Christians (11). If the Law imposed a solemn responsibility, this is true in a far higher degree of those who profess the religion of Christ (12). With a few practical admonitions, the Epistle closes (13).
In writing to Hebrew Christians it is natural that the author of Hebrews would form a common ground by declaring the fact of divine revelation and by recognizing Judaism as the fruit of such. Furthermore, it is to be expected that, in keeping with his thesis, he would point beyond that which was good to something which is better. If Judaism was the result of a good revelation, Christianity is the fruit of a better one.

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