2 edition of Commentaries on the Epistle to the Hebrews found in the catalog.
Commentaries on the Epistle to the Hebrews
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||by John Calvin ; translated from the original Latin, and edited by the Rev. John Owen.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||448 p. :|
|Number of Pages||448|
Anyone anywhere in the world with an Internet connection will be able to use and print out the NET Bible without cost for personal study. The situation of the original readers is also an important matter which commentary introductions need to treat well. Yet we should not give up just because it is difficult! Others may doggedly press on, causing the audience to wish the preacher would quit. It was necessary to understand the Old Testament and its relation to the New in order to understand the gospel of grace, and thus to avoid the false teaching of those Jews who were seeking to mislead Gentile believers. Canonicity 9 Hebrews was one of the New Testament books which was recognized as being a part of the canon of Scripture later than others.
Hebrews challenges us to press on to deeper spiritual understanding and Christian maturity Hebrews No doubt the Epistle next in importance to that to the Romans is this to the Hebrews. Hebrews exalts the person and work of Jesus Christ, prompting us to draw near to Him. In my opinion, the underlying issue in the Book of Romans is the relationship between Israel and the church and thus the relationship of Jewish and Gentile believers in the church.
As a result of his exhaustive study, Ellingworth finds Hebrews to be primarily a pastoral, not a polemical, writing. Hebrews holds us accountable, not only for our own Christian walk, but also for what happens to our struggling or straying brethren. Who wrote the epistle is known to God alone: the accounts that have reached us suggest that it was either Clement, who became Bishop of Rome, or Luke, who wrote the gospel and the Acts. In this lesson, I will seek to answer several questions: Why should we study Hebrews? Others later suggested Luke the EvangelistApollosor his teacher Priscilla as possible authors. Timothy was Paul's missionary companion in the same way Jesus sent disciples out in pairs.
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The Commentary proper moves phrase-by-phrase, treating the Greek text without transliteration. The first is near his home. Hebrews urges us to press on to maturity and warns us of the danger of complacency. We, like the Corinthians and the recipients of Hebrews, are spiritually weak.
One of the things which struck me about Hebrews commentaries when I was preparing for those sermons is that the Commentaries on the Epistle to the Hebrews book of questions and problems one encounters in Hebrews are unlike anything found in the Synoptic Gospels of Paul. We along with the first recipients of Hebrews are much like the Corinthians: 1 So, brothers and sisters, I could not speak to you as spiritual people, but instead as people of the flesh, as infants in Christ.
He challenges us to acknowledge our spiritual lethargy and presses us to sink our teeth into some real meat. Others may doggedly press on, causing the audience to wish the preacher would quit. This makes for a tough read since the language is quite technical. Conclusion I have attempted to demonstrate that our excuses for avoiding Hebrews are invalid and that it is time for us to devote ourselves to a serious study of this epistle.
For this reason rebuke them sharply that they may be healthy in the faith 14 and not pay attention to Jewish myths and commands of people who reject the truth Titus The first chapter of Hebrews stresses the superiority of the Son to the angels.
His commentaries cover the larger part of the Old Testament, and all of the new excepting Second and Third John and the Apocalypse. There is another reason why Gentiles must grasp the relationship of the Old Covenant to the New. Paul Ellingworth's fine-tooth-comb coverage of Hebrews looks at the text up close and in a broad light, enabling the reader to see the forest as well as the trees.
If so, then the epistle would seem to have been written before 70 A.
Final Thoughts Allow me to offer a few other considerations. The greater the gap, the greater the effort required. In his writing, Bruce has always struck me as an academic whose love for the church kept his works warm and pastoral.
A substantive bibliography and a comprehensive introduction precede Ellingworth's commentary, and three indexes - of subjects, authors, and Greek words discussed - conclude the volume.
I hope that this will make the teaching of this series more interactive.In this volume, John Calvin provides an engaging commentary on the book of Hebrews.
Calvin is an apt commentator, one of the Reformation's best.
He always interacts with other Commentaries on the Epistle to the Hebrews book, commentators, and portions of the Bible when interpreting a particular passage. The Classic Commentaries and Studies on Hebrews Upgrade presents a diversity of resources that address issues related to the authorship and provenance of Hebrews, the technical details of the text, doctrinal theology, and the internal theology of the epistle.
George Steward’s The Argument of the Epistle to the Hebrews adds a refreshing abstract treatment of the philosophical presuppositions. The Doctrinal Center of the Book of Hebrews David J. MacLeod Dean of the Graduate Program Emmaus Bible College, Dubuque, Iowa The question of emphasis (or the doctrinal center) of Hebrews, is a vital one.l It is generally agreed by interpreters of the epistle that the author did have one "master idea"2 to which all other sections.Note: Citations are based on reference standards.
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