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Understanding the book of Hebrews

Robert L. Cargill

Understanding the book of Hebrews

by Robert L. Cargill

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Published by Broadman Press in Nashville .
Written in English

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  • Bible. N.T. Hebrews -- Commentaries.

  • Edition Notes

    On cover: An inspirational commentary.

    Statement[by] Robert L. Cargill.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBS2775.3 .C3
    The Physical Object
    Pagination133p
    Number of Pages133
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5551104M
    LC Control Number67030489
    OCLC/WorldCa3716556

    Recipients, Author and Time of Writing. The Epistle to the Hebrews is one of the most beautiful ones of the NT. The Lord Jesus occupies the central place in it. At the same time this epistle is also one of the most difficult ones. To rightly understand this epistle one needs a thorough knowledge of the Jewish divine service in the Old Testament. The book of Hebrews exhorted the original audience to remain faithful to Christ by understanding Jesus' superiority over angelic revelations (), over Moses' authority (), over Melchizedek (), in the new covenant (), and in practical daily perseverance ().

    Words like better, more, great, and greater appear about forty-five times in this book, making Hebrews a book of superlatives about Jesus, who is superior to all the angels, prophets, writers, systems and sacrifices of Old Testament days. While most of us don’t have a heritage steeped in Levitical tradition, we all face discouragement. Lastly, we should think about the reasons why the Book of Hebrews is so important for Christians to study. There are many reasons, because it is a wonderful book. Here are some of the main ones: (1) The Book of Hebrews declares powerfully who Jesus is. Chapter 1 shows us that he is God the Son. Hebrews teaches that he became a man, for us.

      Read the Book of Hebrews aloud in one setting (all 13 chapters). In the Graeco-Roman and Jewish world, letters (like those in the New Testament) were read aloud in front of a group of people. Likewise, Hebrews, a sermon converted . Synopsis: In this work, Kenneth Schenck re-presents the complex argument of Hebrews in terms of the salvation story it tells. Written at a level for college and seminary students, Understanding the Book of Hebrews shows how this early Christian sermon utilized the events, settings, and characters of the salvation story line to remind the Christian audience that Christ has provided /5(18).


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Why Study Hebrews. |   Written at a level for college and seminary students, Understanding the Book of Hebrews shows how this early Christian sermon utilized the events, settings, and characters of the salvation story line to remind the Christian audience that Christ has provided a definitive sacrifice for Understanding the book of Hebrews book and that reliance on any other means of atonement is by: Understanding the book of Hebrews Paperback – January 1, by Robert L Cargill (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ — $ Author: Robert L Cargill. Historical – Themes:Since the book of Hebrews is grounded in the work of the Levitical priesthood, an understanding of the book of Leviticus is essential for properly interpreting Hebrews.

Israel’s sin had continually interrupted God’s fellowship with His chosen and covenant people, Israel. Therefore, He graciously and sovereignly. Understanding the Book of Hebrews - Based on the Exodus. A Letter to the Hebrews is an amazing book in the Bible. It communicates a single message: Jesus is the only way to eternal life with God.

Yet, Christian teaching virtually ignores this letter’s foundation when associating it with New Testament believers. Understanding the Book of Hebrews By Tim Sullivan.

The book of Hebrews is a fascinating document of eternal truth and an invaluable aid to understanding the Old Testament. Selections from this epistle are sure to be found in any good dissertation on the Christian faith.

Understanding The Book of Hebrews. by Christine Egbert. Galatians and Hebrews, by far, contain the most-often cited verses, which antinomians like to quote in sound-bites to try to prove that YHVH’s Torah is no longer in effect.

Written at a level for college and seminary students, Understanding the Book of Hebrews shows how this early Christian sermon utilized the events, settings, and characters of the salvation story line to remind the Christian audience that Christ has provided a definitive sacrifice for sins and that reliance on any other means of atonement is apostasy.

Brief Summary: The Book of Hebrews addresses three separate groups: believers in Christ, unbelievers who had knowledge of and an intellectual acceptance of the facts of Christ, and unbelievers who were attracted to Christ, but who rejected Him ultimately. It’s important to understand which group is being addressed in which passage.

The book of Hebrews boldly proclaims the superiority of Jesus Christand Christianity over other religions, including Judaism. In a logical argument, the author demonstrates Christ's superiority, then adds practical instructions for following : Jack Zavada.

The book of Hebrews along with Romans and Galations forms a trilogy explaining the heart and essence of the believer's walk of faith. (This study has been adapted from "New Testament Survey", by Merrill C. Tenney, Wheaton College, Wheaton, Illinois).

Understanding The Book of Hebrews. by Christine Egbert. Galatians and Hebrews, by far, contain the most-often cited verses, which antinomians like to quote in sound-bites to try to prove that YHVH’s Torah is no longer in effect.

According to them, the law was either nailed to the cross, fulfilled then done away with, or replaced in the new. In understanding Hebrews, it is important to understand who the audience is.

Depending on the audience, the interpretation can vary. Hebrews Chapter 6 is one of the more discussed chapters of Hebrews and is used by those of both Arminist [1] and Calvinists [2] as a proof text to justify their position of the “saved” believer.

The Superior Christ & His Covenant Lesson 1 Even though Hebrews is anonymously written, some information about the author can be found within the book. Consider the following: He was familiar with his readers (; ) He was also familiar with Timothy () He had been with his readers previously and longed to be reunited with them () The most popular choice File Size: KB.

Hebrews chapter 1. - The Old Testament is about Jesus. - God the Father and the Son. - The reality that we cannot see. - The angels and God s Son. - How to understand the Old Testament. - The angels worship God s Son. - The greatness of angels. Written at a level for college and seminary students, Understanding the Book of Hebrews shows how this early Christian sermon utilized the events, settings, and characters of the salvation story line to remind the Christian audience that Christ has provided a definitive sacrifice for sins and that reliance on any other means of atonement is : The Background and Purpose of Hebrews.

Lesson 1 in the series The Book of Hebrews. Introduces perspectives on the author, audience, date and purpose of the book of Hebrews that can help us interpret the original meaning and apply this book to our modern world.

The Book of Hebrews helps us to understand the relationship between Jewish and Gentile believers, and between Israel and the church. In A the Judaisers prompted the “Jerusalem Council” by insisting that Gentile believers be baptized and keep the law.

In other words, they insisted that Gentiles become Jewish proselytes. Written at a level for college and seminary students, "Understanding the Book of Hebrews" shows how this early Christian sermon utilized the events, settings, and characters of the salvation story line to remind the Christian audience that Christ has provided/5.

This book, A Letter to the Hebrews, begins with an epic announcement to those children of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob who lived after the cross.

The Son of God –their Messiah, the Creator of the universe– had already been there. He came in plain sight and all the while, everything He did and said lined up with what they were told would happen. Study the Epistle to the Hebrews. Free printable study notes. Hebrews (Each file is a PDF ready to print) These PDFs are in a question and answer format making them an ideal for a small group Bible Study - Index Introduction - How Preterism Explains Hebrews Chapter 1 - Superior To Angels Chapter 2 - Superior To Man Chapter 3 - Superior To Moses.The audience is manly a group of Jewish Believers, and Seekers who are located in Palestine.

Gentiles are not mentioned in the book, understand who is being spoken to in the letter is key to understanding the book of Hebrews.

The audience can be broken down into three groups. Hebrew Christians. INTRODUCTION TO THE Verse by Verse Bible Study on through the book of Hebrews, by Robert Breaker.